Carnival of Wonder

Carnival of Wonder
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In the Sixth Age, the "Age of Ravens," magic and heroes have disappeared from the world.  Demi-humans and other humanoid species have all but retreated from view.  The great Empires and Kingdoms of the former age are shadows of their former power, and warlords and raiders wield as much influence as self-proclaimed kings in their crumbling palaces and keeps.  Disease cuts it way through hungry populations, and small moments of joy are cherished and rare amongst years of toil.  The dead are restless, and reluctant to stay in their graves. Survival is the all consuming goal of the hard men of the new age, and those that are weak are washed away by the cruelties of the world.  The Carnival of Wonder sails the dark seas, bringing escape from the harsh realities of the World of Kempin.

Brief descriptionThe Carnival of Wonder sails the dark seas of the Age of Ravens.

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    • Mark Stinson
      Mark Stinson commented on the blog The Hunt for the Heretic Famke Katic
      I made changes to the story, so it matches up with my story introducing the six sailors (including the witness Martine) that were plotting to turn in Famke.  I've added their names to the story, and added more dialogue.  I also wrote Torvi...Read more
      • Mark Stinson
        Mark Stinson published a blog post The Hunt for the Heretic Famke Katic
        The ranking sailor, Krakow, explains the plan, "The six of us will snatch her up and stuff her into this bag. We'll have to work together, and none of us can waver. None of us can let fear or her feminine nature distract us. We'll throw her on...
          • Mark Stinson

            I made changes to the story, so it matches up with my story introducing the six sailors (including the witness Martine) that were plotting to turn in Famke.  I've added their names to the story, and added more dialogue.  I also wrote Torvi...

          • Marcus Auerilius
            Marcus Auerilius published a blog post Sea Dreams
            The sound of the ocean shifted as waves do…perhaps a storm was brewing above.
            • Bert Godding
              Bert Godding published a blog post Meriden Makes His Report
              My main reason for writing is this: My mentalism act resembles actual magic so much that I have drawn the attention of an actual sorcerer!

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