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  • Suloise

    Suloise is generally used in reference to the Suloise people, (sometimes called the "Suel"), a race of humans living in the Flanaess, though the term may also refer to the language and culture of said people. Purebred Suel typically have pale skin, with …

  • Monk

    Both the Suel Imperium and the Baklunish Empires sponsored orders of monks, and modern orders in the Flanaess are descended from these. Modern monasteries accept persons of any race who are willing to show the dedication needed for this training. …

  • Silent Sash

    Monks in this order are well versed in interrogation, torture, subterfuge, and infiltration. This order pretends not what it does; they provide the necessary services to allow their nation to grow. Unfortunately for most other races this means being …

  • Blood of Kord

    You're distantly related to the Suel god Kord, who often takes a mortal woman as his lover. While Kord's immediate offspring develop a host of powers and abilities, the effects upon your blood are much more subtle. Region: Suel Prereq: Rage …

  • Heir of Lendore

    You are a descendant of the legendary migrations-era Suel archmage Lendore, predictor of the Invoked Devastation, patron of the Lendore Isles, and creator of the City of Glass. Your eyes are milky white and bear no pupils, although you see normally.

  • Pureblooded Suel

    Undiluted Suloise blood flows through your veins hearkening back to ancient empires and making you an attractive potential associate to pro-Suel racists. Regions: Suel Benefits: Your notoriously short temper gives you a +1 bonus on Intimidate …

  • Selinshan

    "Snake and Flame" The Scarlet Brotherhood practices a fierce martial art they call Selinshan, which contains both snake-like motions in honor of the foul Suel goddess Beltar and fiery manifestations mimicking Pyremius, the Murderer. An unheard …

  • Baklunish-Suloise Wars

    The Baklunish-Suloise Wars were a decades-long conflict that profoundly altered the course of history in the World of Greyhawk. The wars began in 5031 SD (-484 CY). For more than a year, raiders on both sides of the Sulhaut Mountains had been pillaging …

  • Rubies

    These are lowest ranked members of the Scarlet Brotherhood. They are thugs and thieves who ascribe to the racist ideology of the Brotherhood, and advance its goals at the behest of The Inner Eye. Their leader goes by the name "Elder Cousin".

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  • Red Mantis

    An order of assassins and monks dedicated to the service of Bralm, the Red Mantis, form their own distinct sub-order within the Scarlet Brotherhood. Bralm is the Suel goddess of industry and insects; Bralm seeks to create a perfectly lawful society where …

  • Wee Jas

    Wee Jas is the Suel goddess of Magic, Death, Vanity, and Law. Her symbol is a skull in front of a fireball, or just a red skull. Wee Jas always appears as a highly attractive human female; other than that, details of her appearance vary wildly. It has …

  • Kord

    Kord is the Suel god of Athletics, Sports, Brawling, Strength, and Courage. His symbol is an eight-pointed star composed of spears and maces. Kord is depicted as a hugely muscular man standing nine feet tall, with a red beard and long red hair. He …

  • Hepmonaland

    Hepmonaland is a continent to the southeast of the Flanaess. Hepmonaland is the Suel and Oeridian name for the land, named after Eri-hep-Mona, the first Suloise explorer to arrive there. The Olman call it Xamolatatl, "Home of the People," and the Touv …

  • Amedio Jungle

    The Amedio Jungle is a large stretch of tropical rainforest located in the southwestern Flanaess, on the continent of Oerik. Lying east of the Hellfurnaces, the Amedio extends over 300 leagues south from its northernmost point at Jeklea Bay. Ecology …

  • Darva Breck

    Darva Breck is a woman with long red hair, with two strands tied in a loose ponytail that frame her face; she has pale skin with a cluster of freckles around her green eyes. Darva is calm and collected under the most dire of circumstances, however her …

  • Enid Arrac

    Former head of a clandestine dojo, and once master to Darva Breck, he was killed by Darva in self-defense when he attacked her for challenging his right to alter the school's peaceful teachings to those of assassins controlled by the Scarlet Brotherhood.

  • Tarnedas

    Tarnedas believes himself to be the messenger of Phaulkon, he divines his Master's will from the calls of the birds around him, of which he refers to as the Parliament of Birds. He speaks rather cryptically, and rarely gives a direct answer, preferring to …

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