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Atlas Keléstia - SHKN H7 (Trepûra)

Keléstia Productions have published the third issue of Atlas Keléstia. It describes map square SHKN-H7 (Trepûra), a cape located on the central Shôrkýni coast.

To learn more about Atlas Keléstia SHKN-H7 and to make a purchase, go to:
http://www.kelestia.com/atlas/shkn-H7

The Atlas Keléstia index can be viewed at:
http://www.kelestia.com/atlas

Coming next in the fourth issue of Atlas Keléstia will be SHKN-J6 (Tîrghavn).

Atlas Keléstia - SHKN J5 (Ôrgetkin)

Keléstia Productions have published the second issue of Atlas Keléstia. It describes map square SHKN-J5 (Ôrgetkin), a mostly wilderness area along the border of eastern Lédenheim and western Huriséa.

To learn more about Atlas Keléstia SHKN-J5 and to make a purchase, go to:
http://www.kelestia.com/atlas/shkn-j5

The Atlas Keléstia index can be viewed at:
http://www.kelestia.com/atlas

Coming next in the third issue of Atlas Keléstia will be SHKN-H7 (Trepûra).

Atlas Keléstia

We are pleased to announce the 'relaunch' of Atlas Keléstia. Each issue will describe a piece of the world of Kèthîra, also known as HârnWorld, and includes a layered PDF map showing 625 square leagues of high-resolution vegetation and relief, with detailed geographical features, towns, castles, keeps, villages, shrines, mines, peaks and more. Notes and data are provided for every named location on the map.

The Atlas Keléstia index can be viewed here:
http://www.kelestia.com/atlas

Our first issue is square SHKN-I4 (Galésa), which is located in central Hârbáal and includes a large portion of northern Lédenheim plus parts of Ávastran, Kétania, Tónanby and Gåtenlund.

To learn more about Atlas Keléstia SHKN-I4 and to make a purchase, go to:
http://www.kelestia.com/atlas/shkn-i4

Soon forthcoming in the second issue of Atlas Keléstia will be SHKN-J5 (Ôrgetkin).

To discuss Atlas Keléstia, see the new Atlas Keléstia forum section.

Legends of Venârivè — The Târensten and the Weirding Wood

A great megalith called the Târensten crowns the south end of a great hill just across the Shârl River from Zýna, in northwestern Lédenheim. It stands about thirty feet high. In attendance about its base are four smaller standing stones, each standing just a bit taller than a man.

The great stone's name was given by the Ivínians who first immigrated into the area in the TR390s and means either 'kings' stone' or 'royal stone'. This name may stem from the faint rings of light which are faintly visible about its crest on clear nights of the new moon. The rings are at their brightest on the 30th of Savôr, the Long Night.

It is possible, though, that the name is simply a translation from an older Yârla tribal name, in which case it might refer to an ancient ruler of the region who caused the five stones to be erected atop the Long Hill. It is likely that centuries ago there was a hill fort located where Zýna now stands, although any evidence of its existence was long ago destroyed during the construction and subsequent reconstructions of the thran and its wallhouse. [Read more...]

Lédenheim: Clans & Folk

Lédenheim CoverKeléstia Productions is pleased to announce the publication of Lédenheim: Clans & Folk, a HârnWorld roleplaying background source module.

Lédenheim: Clans & Folk is a supplement designed for use with Hârbáaler Kingdom of Lédenheim, a publication sold separately by Keléstia Productions Ltd.

This fifty-page module includes descriptions of the forty-four great clans of the kingdom plus seven other prominent clans. Profiles are also given of forty-eight important and interesting folk, including all members of the royal family and of the royal council plus other military leaders, ship captains, tribesmen, foreign emissaries, priests, mystics, entertainers, spies and thieves.

Gamemasters will find this publication an invaluable resource for scenario ideas and plot details for adventures set in the kingdom of Lédenheim, in the neighbouring Hârbáaler kingdoms or Huriséan wilderness, or elsewhere around the Gulf of Shôrkýnè.

Lédenheim: Clans & Folk is available for purchase here.

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A preview of Lédenheim: Clans and Folk is available for download here.

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