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Like most bad things, you can blame the current condition of the United States squarely on the Nazis.  In WW2, as the German advance near Stalingrad faltered, Hitler unleashed his secret weapons. From the nightmarish depths of the Buchenwald, dying Gypsy witches had shared an ages old blood curse with their torturers. Vampirism. The Wehrmacht, in an attempt to bolster it's fighting prowess, turned thousands of it's troops into bloodsucking monsters. Nightmarish myth became horrid reality, and Stalingrad fell almost overnight. But the Vampires weren't the only monsters waiting to be pulled out of the dark.

Nicholas, the Russian Czar, turned to demonic magics as well, cursing many of his troops with lycanthropy. England managed to make contact with the farie realms, bargaining for their return, in exchange for power. Even the surviving Jews were ... Read more »

Category: Homebrew | Views: 955 | Added by: Rob | Date: 03 May 2014

The Empire again grew too large and too corrupt. The empire fell to the barbarians of the north and the "dark age" fell over all Theah. It was during this time the Second Prophet emerged. Unlike his predecessor, the Second Prophet made war against magic in all it's forms. He started the first crusade - a plan that cost him his life. Still, his message was sown - magic was not only an abomination, but one to fight against with all your might. Many crusades were forged of this theory. The Third Prophet continued this trend, preaching of war against magic. He drew upon the power of the Vaticine Church and Theus himself to rid Theah of magic once and for all. He began in Castille, throwing the noble family who ruled there using their sorcery, out of power and riding the world of it's taint forever. He moved the base of the church from Vodacce (now corrupt ... Read more »

Category: 7th Sea | Views: 746 | Added by: Bad-Ash | Date: 20 Dec 2013

Kor Alanth was a small, but immensely powerful island city-state situated in the center of the inner sea. Their trade-fleet ruled the economy of every nation within reach, and their massive mystical might kept any grumbling from other countries strictly to a minimum. Kor Alanth, in a very real way, ruled the world. All it took was a single artifact to bring it all crashing down. 

No one still living knows which member of the Council of Archmagi created the Device. It was a portal, powered by the ambient magic of the land itself, and it could open a path to any of a thousand planes, a million worlds. It was supposed to usher in a new era of trade and exploration for the empire of Kor Alanth. Instead, all it brought was destruction. As the artifact powered up, it shredded the barrier between worlds. Hordes of the undead and the damned swarmed across the lan ... Read more »

Category: Pathfinder | Views: 814 | Added by: Rob | Date: 25 May 2013

You are all currently in the employ of Auguste, the eleventh Earl of Halebridge.

So why have you been hired? Well, a few weeks ago the Earl sent a considerable dowry to a neighbouring province, ruled over by another noble family, having agreed that his illegitimate daughter would marry their eldest son. Unfortunately, the small band of knights sent to protect the engagement gift never arrived. At some point during their journey they were ambushed and the dowry stolen.

The loss of valuable soldiers was a setback, the loss of the dowry even more so, and the fact that the arranged marriage fell through considered a disaster. However, worse news was that amongst the gold that made up the bulk of the dowry was a silver diadem, known as the Crown of Tears. This crown was meant to be worn by Isolde at her wedding and was emblazoned with three droplet-shaped di ... Read more »

Category: Pathfinder | Views: 696 | Added by: Bad-Ash | Date: 14 May 2013

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