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The one who serves the god of Artificial Flight could be interesting, because Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. A maddened and corrupted member of the Solar Exalted also resides within this city, along with his hobgoblin minions.

Not totally sure if all the gods would work. As recruiting began, he met with the Maiden — now a general of Zion — and the two Exalts admitted their feelings for one another. There would be fewer factions to deal with, the scope would be a little smaller, and it would be more focused on the celestials’ legacy of hubris and less on the consequences of the contagion.

Ruins of Rathess

Applicable only on ATM card, debit card or credit card orders. There they discovered the cradles of Dragon King elders, held in stasis since the First Age. Ascendant campaigns can view previous versions of their pages, see what has edalted and who did itand even restore old versions. With Filial Wisdom defeated and the cannibals dispersed, the fugitive slaves moved into Rathess, welcomed by the first civilized Dragon Kings of the age.

Get to Know Us. Rathess is of particular interest to the returning Solar Exalted, as the Dragon Kings were once their staunch allies and co-religionists in the worship of the Unconquered Sun.


I don’t even know. Unfortunately, this pillar supported a whole wing of the Pyramid of the Sun, which promptly buried Durandal alive. Obsidian Portal has a lot of really cool features that use JavaScript. The focus would be on uncovering the history of the place and some new toysdealing with the dragon kings, all while trying to survive and escape or lift the curse of the storm somehow, rather than building a base of operations or restarting a smelly, sticky, too-warm, bug-infested empire.

I had a bunch of characters and locations planned out, some factions with conflicting agendas, a couple artifacts, a bit of lore, etc. Nevertheless, the Dragon Kings continued to reincarnate there, but lacked the society or infrastructure to regain their sentience, making it a place of echoing sadness and savage brutality for centuries before its final destruction. I hope this helps.

Currently writing for Heirs to the Shogunate. I’d expect a number of the First Age amenities, like climate control, lighting, and elevators to be iffy, working in some places like the atrium jungles that are feeding everyone and broken in others like that long stretch of dark tunnel that the PCs need to traverse.

Used Book in good condition. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Share your thoughts with other customers. Even Han-Tha would fit, since the extent of what I’d planned for this place’s history was that some crazy solar sorcerer wanted to usurp the sun in order to get all of his crazy brethren under control since Sol himself had gone silent, so he built a giant geomantic engine to steal all that power which probably wouldn’t have worked as intendedand a slightly less crazy sorcerer wrecked his city in order to stop his crazy plan.

Might skip the First Age Tombs. In fact, don’t add traps, just places where stuff has broken and a cooling system now has one area where its snowing and another area where it’s an ultra sauna, and another spot where the air essence conduit is spitting out lightning at irregular intervals. Please upgrade your browser or install Chrome or Firefox to enjoy the full functionality of this site.


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Rathess | A Watchful Eye | Obsidian Portal

Please upgrade your browser or install Chrome or Firefox to enjoy the full functionality of this site. Rathess was one of the first cities ever constructed by mortalsand is the last remaining stronghold of the Dragon Kings before their apparent extinction at the end of the Second Age.

Not sure the Fae would work as written, because I think a separate enclave of fully sentient Dragon Kings might be hard to justify here, but you might have them have colonized one of the towers and sealed it off from everyone else or claim that they did anyway. Populace As mentioned above, the city is home to the last major congregation of Dragon Kingsbut few if any of them are sentient.

Give some thought to how the Dragon Kings have been surviving in the underground areas. So these idiots flew right over the center of it on their stupid little cloud and activated their second caste ability both are Twilights.

One has an active day night cycle with the lighting and even fake moonlight, one is broken so it’s constantly dusk, and another is constantly noon. Any ideas, suggestions, or potential pitfalls come to mind? Theoretically, there should be a wealth of First Age stuff and Artifacts and everything here, much more so than the book would indicate.