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  • The Isle of Dread

    The [[The Isle of Dread | The Isle of Dread]]... An island far to the south of [[Sasserine]], veiled in layers of mist and mystery. The island has reportedly earned its name many times over, and tales abound of its dangerous interior and what might or …

  • Olman Deities

    Most of the gods worshipped by the ancient [[Olman]]s have been all but forgotten, save for the three most powerful and most widely worshipped: Quetzelcoatl, Tezcatlipoca and Huitzilopochtlli. Others doubtless existed, but their names and natures have yet …

  • The Seven Villages

    These seven "villages" are in fact tribes, the descendants of those who built the Great Wall to protect themselves from [[The Isle of Dread]]'s most dangerous forces. They are all that seems to remain of the ancient [[Olman]] people who once ruled the …

  • Olman

    The ancient culture of [[The Isle of Dread]], very little is known about them. The only ones commonly seen by northerners are the inhabitants of the [[The Seven Villages]], though [[rumors]] persist of other communities somewhere deeper into the island's …

  • Olman Weapons

    |_\8=. Exotic Weapons | |_. Weapon |_. Cost |_. Damage(s) |_. Damage(m) |_. Critical |_. Range |_. Weight |_. Damage Type | |\8. _Light Melee Weapons_ | | Japute | 20gp | 1d3 | 1d4 | 19-20/x2 | - | 2lb | S | | Shimalo’koa | 10gp | 1d6 | 1d8 | 19-20/ …

  • Burowao

    The finest fishers and aquatic hunters of the [[Olman | islanders]], the bold young warriors of the Burowao prove themselves by braving the terrors of Widow’s Reef far from their cliff-top villages. Burowao sail war canoes and glide atop the waves on …

  • Dawa

    Nestled in their ancestral cove, the Dawa are frequently targeted by pirates, foreign powers, and agents of the Scarlet Brotherhood, all seeking the perfect location for a secret headquarters in the southwest peninsula of [[The Isle of Dread]]. While all …

  • Kirikuka

    Most of the Kirikuka’s totems consist of aerial creatures. Their village is dotted with idols carved in the shape of couatls, dragons, great avians, and pterodactyls. Anyone who can fly or who rides a flying mount greatly impresses the chieftain of the …

  • Mora

    The stoic but generous people of Mora frequently offer shelter and asylum to visitors. Moran fighting traditions are central to their culture and they respect martial power above all else. A party unafraid to display its skill at warfare earns the respect …

  • Panitube

    The Panitube are interested in foreign trade above all else. The arrival of such comforts and commodities has already deeply undermined their warrior culture. The Panitube happily trade with foreigners, offering pearls and coral in exchange for …

  • Tanaroans

    Power is passed down along matriarchal bloodlines in Tanaroa. They respect strong women and scoff at any group led by a man (or worse, composed entirely of men). By far the fiercest warriors of the Olman, the Tanaroans make formidable allies. They have …

  • Usi

    Once an extremely warlike tribe, the Usi is now ensorcelled by foreign religion. Missionaries make weekly visits displaying divine power, and somehow speaking fluent Olman dialect . These missionaries promise the Usi a great place in the destiny of the …