A continent decimated by war and disease. A place that thrived 4 generations ago, but which now survives by a thread and the grace of all the gods.
Your grandparents enjoyed an almost utopian existence filled with music and wine, friendly competitions and contentment. The Humans dominated the land and the Dwarves the earth, although many different races filled this continent. Education and magical research were valued more than physical work because the Amicas city-states understood that “work accomplishes one thing today… research accomplishes many new things tomorrow.”
Large scale governments did not exist back then as the city states had abundance. When the population has all of its needs met, there is little need for powerful government. Those that served in the government did not join for personal power but out of a desire to serve. And the kings of the time were humble men who lifted others up, believing it lift themselves up as well.
Today that is gone. The people, governments, the social structures, and most importantly the knowledge and the research. The citizens of the continent now survive day by day. Today’s law is ‘survive today, as tomorrow is not here yet'. No one really knows why this happened. “Demons” just appeared. Not all at once, but more like they flowed from a small leaking endless bucket. A little bit here. A little bit there. Then more and more. A dirty scourge consumed with hatred and inner chaos. There was no evidence of a justification or rationale in their actions. No need for anything except the immediate visceral gratification of hurting others and destroying. That was their hunger.
RECOVERY OF AMICAS
System: Pathfinder GM: Jessi
History - House Rules - Character Creation - Character Leveling
The Safka Expedition
10/22/16 - 11/05/16 - 11/19/16 - 12/03/16 - 12/17/16 - 01/14/17 - 02/11/17
Beyond the Mountains
02/25/17 - 03/11/17 - 05/20/17 - 06/03/17 - 06/17/17 - 07/01/17 - 07/29/17 - 08/12/17 - 08/26/17 - 09/09/17 - 10/07/17 - 10/14/17
11/04/17 - 11/18/17 - 12/02/17 - 12/16/17 - 01/13/18
In Search of a Ship
01/27/18 - 02/10/18 - 03/10/18 - 03/24/18 - 05/19/18 - 06/02/18 - 06/16/18
Across the Sea
06/30/18 - 07/14/18 - 08/11/18 - 08/25/18 - 09/08/18
11/17/18 - 12/15/18 - 02/09/19 - 05/18/19 - 06/15/19 - 7/13/19 - 07/27/19 - 09/07/19 - 11/02/19 - 11/16/19