The Ancient Ishiri Temple of Ocheegogo

This blog post is written as a newspaper column from the in-game personality, Clara Flettwell.  Clara is a reporter for one of the largest newspapers in Naldrin City, the Naldrin City Expose. More of Clara’s columns can be found in our BeyonderRPG Patreon and in upcoming blog posts. Knowing Naldrin A weekly column about everything […]

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How to Keep a Blink Bat from Blinking

By Grommakk Dakkar, Dwarf Evoker and Station Three Energetic Zoologist, Naldrin University As we all know, Imbelnhi Ulanwey captured the essence of the blink bat in the marvelous prose of his Bestiary.  However, there remain many misconceptions about these odd and singular creatures. One question I am asked repeatedly by ordinary folk who approach me […]

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A New Danger in Tarnath?

By Timmarint Block, Politics Reporter, The Tarnath Weekly Chronicle Kalkix 42, SP~5,019 Timmarint here, your source in getting to the bottom of rumors.  This time it’s about city officials. According to sources in the government and a few influential organizations, a search is on for a jewel from the Crown of Drawnwyn, a very powerful […]

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Our Kickstarter is underway!

Our Kickstarter campaign has started!  Please support us in making our newest book, Heola: The Starborn, come to life! “Deep in the desert, beyond where even the serpentine crawn dare to tread, a race of mystic nomads traverse the paths their people have followed for thousands of years. Reserved and enigmatic by nature, these wanderers […]

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Ancestral Abilities and a New Book Series

Since releasing Beyonder we’ve gotten many questions about our world, especially The Ten Races.  In response, we’re happy to announce Heola: the Starborn, the first in a series of ten books about The Ten Races, coming soon! The books will describe the origins, history, and modern life of each Race, and provide a new set […]

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The Lesaneth, the Heola Protectors

Since ancient times, heola have served the world of Tamarra by becoming Protectors of something they choose – land, folk, or even an idea. Here Aktil Na Baylarrasa, a long-lived and well-travelled martle, shares his encounter in the Suong Mountains with Drammar, a heolas Protector of the Land. From Aktil Na Baylarrasa: In the year […]

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