Hey all, Kenneth here.
Welcome to our first ever Quarterly Blog Roundup!
Our goal for our roundups is to gather together all of the recent blog posts and summarize those for ease of rereads.
Also, rather selfishly, this provides an excellent time to reflect on the work we’ve done so far! We’ve written so much in the last few months, and we’re so proud of it!
Steppleton(Brenden) sets the stage for the cosmology of The Sisters of Tempest
A brief overview of the Drük, designed by Kenneth
A brief overview of the Qiron, designed by Kenneth
Tieflings are boring! Enjoy this redesign, written by Kenneth
Steppleton(Brenden) informs us of the current stages of the Athalan campaign in Ocrary
In this brief piece of propaganda written by Pebblesquabble (Kenneth), the early age of The Athalan Empire is described
A summary and epilogue to our Night of The Blueflame Prologue series (Ep 1-4), written by Brenden
A telling of a famous tale, written by Grog’on Inkwell (Jett)
Steppleton(Brenden) recounts various beliefs and stories of the Gnomes which inhabit our worlds.
The history of commerce in Nillin is a multi-headed beast, as described here by Steppleton(Brenden)
Pebblesquabble(Kenneth) pleads to a local governor, while describing the famous Gateplague
A myth older than the docks of Eventide, retold by Librarian of The Gods, Benjamin Sweaters(Brenden)
A collection of letters, describing an abnormality found in the southern seas of Bastion, written by Kenneth
Steppleton(Brenden) describes a major theatre of war in Set’s Watch and the circumstances that made it perfect for the Athalan Invasion of Nillin
Our very own Brenden has completed Evenfell’s first ever adventure module!
Brenden speaks of the creation process behind both Evenfell (The Podcast), and Evenfell (The Setting). Also explained is the reasons behind the Primer Series
Kenneth goes into some level of detail on many (but not all) of the moons and planets in the solar system of our podcast
Brenden takes us far into the past, and builds out a timeline for the Setting
Kenneth provides detail and maps to the various continents and countries of our main Moon, Bastion.
Brenden closes out the series by explaining the various states of political intrigue and conflict across Bastion.
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The first half of Pebblesquabble’s most famous pamphlet, So You’ve Decided to Come to Evenfell (As written by Kenneth)
Told in iambic pentameter, the play "Three Army Gentlemen" by Saoirse Morningbloom (Becca), tells a tale of trickery & love on the Athalan Archipelago.