HORG (singular or plural), the very mention of the names sends shivers down the spines of both children and seasoned adventurers alike, and with good reason. EVOLUTION: The horg may be classified as a human subspecies, having originated from human ancestors prior to the Great Cataclysm (c. 0 AGM). It is believed that post-cataclysm humans from the eastern steppes were... Continue Reading →


It is believed the name half man or halfman originated with the Zo, who considered the halfman to be, in evolutionary terms, between beast and man. The nomenclature is in no way scientific, however, as the halfman shares 98% DNA with humans. Being a fearsome predator and omnivorous, the halfman is well suited to survival. Barring any cataclysm that... Continue Reading →

Guns vs. Nudity: What is Truly Offensive?

Again I feel compelled to alienate potential readers with my stance on gun control. Both my brother and my best friend are card carrying members of the NRA, and yet I feel morally obligated to champion this cause, and the view held by more than half of all Americans. We are morally obligated to make it harder for criminals... Continue Reading →


  Merquid (singular, plural), gill, or waterlings to the avian people, are relatively benign, reclusive creatures, and are believed to be the oldest intelligent species on Aenya. Tales of sailors encountering merquid can be found among the most ancient of Hedonian and Shemseliniharan texts, featuring prominently in the Ages of Aenya and among the myths... Continue Reading →


The Septhera (plural), snake-men, reptile-kin or lizardfolk, ruled over Aenya approximately twenty thousand years ago, between 10,000---9000 BGM (Before the Greater Moon). They are infamous for having enslaved the early race of man, or protohuman. Traces of their civilization have been mostly lost to the sands of the Dead Zones, though the ruins of Shess,... Continue Reading →

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