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GuildsAscendril, Illuminai, Templars
PatronSlyphe, the Maelstrom
AdvisoryEthne, Slyphe, Dhar, Damariel and Omei

The citizens of Enorian are the keepers of the cause of Light, holding to the ways of the Gods and the teachings of their forebears. Home to those who pursue the Godly causes of Fire, Justice, Truth, and Storm, the people of the southeast stand firm and true in their ideals, pursuing the coming of a new Age — The Age of Dawn.

The Enorianites claim three guilds: first the Illuminai, who descend variously from an ancient order of Fire, encompassing Priestly, Luminary, and Daru tradition, and serve as caretakers and guardians of the Light. The Templars, descendants of the Paladins and Knights of the southeast, guard the people of Enorian, serve as her strong right arm, and protect the innocent throughout the land. Finally, the Ascendril, wielding the elements of Fire, Water, and Spirit in accord, aid the southeast with their powerful magic and a constantly growing knowledge of existence.

The city of Enorian, from which the Enorianites draw their name, was destroyed during the War of Night in the year 451 by the Nazedha, and has since been reconstructed. Post-War, the majority of the city's population is variously Orc, Ogre, Troll, or Arqeshi, with Humans comprising roughly one fourth of all Enorianites. Other significant minority races include Dwarves, Kelki, Mhun, and Xoran, who have all achieved representation and recognition disproportionate to their numbers within the city's population.


First Mortal Epoch

The city of Shallam was constructed in the First Mortal Epoch by Lanos as part of a city-building competition between members of the Divine Pantheon.

53 MA

In Arios of the year 53 MA, mortals awakened from the Grand Artifice to find that some of them belonged to the city of Shallam, Jewel of the East. Without leadership or knowledge of the city they awoke in, they quickly began to piece together parts of the mysteries that surrounded them. After careful excavation of a ruined temple in the northwestern part of the city, Handel, Syvelium, and Marhisa were discovered and shared with citizens what they could recall from their lives before the Artifice.

134 MA

In the year 134 MA, Trabarg, an archaeologist and tutor in Shallam uncovered letters detailing corruption and conspiracies from a point in the earliest history of the city. Hwenua, son of Relio, wrote to his father about the despair that the Sultan, Petureceh, was experiencing following the death of his child, Shallai.

Notable Denizens


The Temple of the Gods

Seated at the center of the city of Enorian is the Temple of the Gods, the first structure having been raised by the prophet Kayalenki during the War of Night. It is crowned by the Grand Flame, a source of power for those gifted by Illumination, and a source of daily worship and prayer by the devout.

Grand Flame

Broken Tower Tavern

Mhunnic Temple in Stonebridge

Bastion of the Host

Connected Areas

Spirit Shadow Denizen
Duiran Bloodloch Esterport
Enorian Spinesreach Delve