This is the encyclopedia of a satirical fantasy world called Teraum. It's in early development - watch out for missing entries and errors.
It is written to be compatible with the Brave Old World role-playing game ruleset, and is the basis for two upcoming podcasts, The Delvers and Past the Garden Green.
Being an encyclopedia for an fictional setting, I'm unsure how to suggest you, the reader, approach it.
I might encourage you to simply pick a letter you like, and from there an article which sounds interesting, and go from there. Personally, I'm fond of the letter b, so perhaps you could start by reading about the town of Bellybrush, or maybe the artificial Borderwood, or the indigent Budlock Baster.
You could also go to the Timeline, which is a linear reference of all the events that have occurred in the world's history, with links to the relevant article or section.
Unfortunately, if you want a more accessible look at this world, you'll have to wait until I release other media!
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Ack is the largest human city in the world, located at the mouth of the Green River. It is divided into seventeen wards, many of which have semi-autonomous governments, though the city is as a whole governed by the Red Ward.
The city of Ack was founded in 873bc by human fisherfolk, who found the delta of the Green River to relax and compare the size of their catches. The first ward of the city - though it wasn't called such at the time - was the Dock Ward. As fisher captains would retire, they would lean their decommissioned vessels against the town, eventually forming a pallisade of sorts.
Fire of 80pc
On the 14th of Blooming, 80pc, at around 1100h, the One Route a small merchant ship, docked in the city. Among the passengers were the Vagrant, posing as Wayne Helder, Brother Sun, and Ilea, three humans visiting the city from the New World for various reasons. They are greeted by Elo, a member of the Chandlers Guild who is pretending to represent the Red Ward. He guides them to "customs office" adjacent to the docks where the group is greeted by Wybert, another member of the Chandlers Guild.
lAfter being left alone for a moment, Ilea rummages through paperwork in the office and when questioned, presents herself as Atrix Hucklebee, a member of the Blacksmith's Guild who had returned from Gnalens the previous ten-day. The Vagrant, believed to be Wayne Helder, is taken to a different office because of his noble status, and locked in. Ilea and Brother Sun are locked into another office.
Fearful, Ilea sets a small scroll of parchment on fire and uses it to set fire to a bookshelf in the room. This causes Elo and Wybert to return to investigate, allowing Ilea and Brother Sun to escape by fleeing further into Ack.
The fire quickly spreads through the building, which was a warehouse for the Chandlers Guild, and structural damage allowed Wayne Helder to escape. He re-boarded the One Route, which was rapidly departing to try and escape being burnt.
Shortly after the Vagrant's departure from the area, a distillery located under the warehouse was ignited and caused the building and its neighbors to explode, sending burning debris into neighboring blocks.
Due in part to the overpopulation of the city, the fire quickly spread to other wards. By 1300h the Squash Ward had burnt, and by 1400h the Copper Ward had also burnt. Chaos caused by the fire leads to opportunistic riotiing, leading to several arsons in remote parts of the city.
By 1600h the Red Ward has quelled the fires around their part of the city, and is offering debt forgiveness in exchange for assistance in trying to stop the fire, and by 1700h the fire has been contained to the southwestern part of the city.
By evening, rumors of how the fire was started began to spread. Most from the wards surrounding the Dock Ward correctly suspected a sing-sing laboratory in that area. In the north part of the city, it was popular to believe that the fire was started by the Cloudbound Trading Company, seeking to eliminate competitors. Conspiratorial-minded folk in all parts of society suspected the fire was started intentionally by the Red Ward in an attempt to seize control of the city from the remaining Merchant Kings.
By 2000h, the fire was mostly extinguished. The Red Ward negotiated with the Chandlers Guild to handle the distribution of goods within the city, while the Blacksmith's Guild began to set up warehouses outside of town, in the area along the Green River between Ack and Bellybrush. In total, 12,000 people including Elo, died and 80,000 were displaced.
The fire had lasting effects on the city and the surrounding region.
Establishment of the Greater Ack Metropolitan Enclosure
After the fire, the Red Ward continued to use their influence to fund early reconstruction. Due to the large number of displaced people, especially those from the poorer areas of the city, their efforts extended into the area of the Green Delta immediately around the city.
The city of Ack is divided into seventeen wards, districts separated by walls. In the past, the wards were governed independently, by merchant kings. While many wards continue to maintain autonomous governments, most operate under the guidance of the Red Ward, one of the city's wards that has come to be the de facto government of humanity.
Located at marker 3 on the map of Ack, the Astar Ward is TK.
Located at marker 14 on the map of Ack, the Brass Ward is TK.
Located at marker 13 of the map of Ack, the Copper Ward is TK.
Located at marker 8 on the map of Ack, the Dock Ward
Located at marker 26 on the map of Ack, the Eastgate is, well, the eastern gate out of the city.
Located at marker 2 on the map of Ack, the Northward is TK.
Located at marker 9 on the map of Ack, the Squashward is a ward in the southern part of the city, on the coast of the Optic Ocean. The ward has been home to the city's more poor laboring class for many years, though in the wake of the Fire of 80pc, the Red Ward began reconstructing the ward as an entertainment district.
Ackian Merchant Coup
Ackian Merchant Kings
Alindest is a village in the Green Delta.
Arathel is a human town in the northwest Green Delta. First settled in 478bc as a logging community, the Arathel is one of the larger towns in the Green Delta. It is governed by a council of local religious and commercial leaders. Its primary exports are wool, limestone, and cokeberries.
Arathel is the original capitol of the former Astar Empire.
Arathel was settled by humans in 478bc on a hill south of the Kaiper River. The town first grew around the Reinhard Lumber Mill, built in 477bc by Osmits Reinhard. Its prosperity was aided by trade with the fisherfolk in Ack, who always needed fresh lumber for their ships.
In 470bc, Osmits Reinhard built a small estate northwest of town, closer to the Kaiper River and began taxing the residents, in exchange for maintaining a small armory and militia.
From 470bc until 460bc the town continued to grow at a reasonable pace. Reinhard constructed a watchtower on the road southwest out of town, toward Ack, while the road southeast toward Pled became dotted with wheat farms. The town began to export the local limestone to Ack, who was using it construct the many estates its growing noble class required, and wool to Pled. In 464bc, the church to Povator was expanded, and in 462bc, Reinhard commissioned the planting of what became known as the Borderwood a strip of pine forest which separated Arathel from the countryland to the southwest, between it and Ack.
As Arathel grew in size it became more of a target for bandits in the area, which pushed Reinhard to grow the size of the local militia, drawing on the labor force of his lumber mill.
The expense of the militia, and reduced workforce at his mills, caused Osmits Reinhard to fall behind in paying wages to his men, and in the summer of 460bc, he was hanged in the town square. Control of his mill - and subsequently the town - fell to a self-appointed council consisting of local tradesfolk. The tradesfolk immediately commissioned the construction of new wells and agreed that a sizeable portion of the late Reinhard's seized assets should be used to again expand the Povator Church.
Unfortunately the expenses left Arathel unable to maintain a militia, and bandits moved into the countryside, suppressing trade between the town and Pled. The town council attempted to negotiate a tribute to the bandits, but were attacked and fled the region.
Absent a government - who also were many of their skilled craftsmen - the town fell into a deep recession. The region was fertile farmland, so population continued to grow, but the town's trade with Ack and Pled slowed to a trickle.
Kaiper River Cultivation
Without trade routes to raid, many of the local bandits settled down near the road to Pled, which extended southeast out of Arathel. Some formed a little suburb past the town's wheat farms and in 454bc they built a small church to one of their gods, Siggrit, of earthworms.
In 442bc, Povator's worshippers in the area constructed a significantly nicer church on the crest of a hill north of town, overlooking the Kaiper River, and several families in the area began to construct large elegant estates. These works encouraged local industry and again, trade with the neighboring communities of Ack and Pled.
Arathel County is the northwest region of the Green Delta, mostly comprised of marshy farmland and swamps.
Arlonest is a village in the Green Delta.
Baruk is a town in the Green Delta.
Bellybrush is town in the Green Delta. It is the primary suburb of the human city of Ack, located about a half-mile east along the Kingsroad. The town was founded in 701bc as a retirement community for the fisherfolk of Ack, and quickly grew into an agricultural community in its own right, focused around the raising of pigs.
Figure 4: A map of the town of Bellybrush, as of the 18th of Blooming, 80pc.
Located at marker 8 on the map of Bellybrush, Gibbet Street is one of the oldest streets in the town, and one of the poorest. At the southern end of the street, at the intersection with Boundary Street there is a barren gibbet: two tall poles on either side of the street, with a thick board slung between them. The poles are covered in death masks, a mundane treasure used to remember those executed for their crimes.
Near where Gibbet Street intersects with the Walk, there is an assemblage of old wooden houses that have grown into one property. Among the residents are Wadren Smith, a 16-year-old orphan who raises pigs, and Holman Holder, a 55-year old who "steals" those pigs, as a prank. Nell also spends a lot of time here, even though she lives at the orphanage.
Located at marker 29 on the map of Bellybrush the Asylum is the local prison.
Located at marker 20 on the map of Bellybrush the barber surgeon is the location of a medical practioner.
Located at marker 24 on the map of Bellybrush, the Beynway Boarding House is…
Located at marker 19 on the map of Bellybrush, the butcher is the local meat market.
Located at marker 30 on the map of Bellybrush, Central Park is a
Located at marker 38 on the map of Bellybrush, the Chandlers Guild is just the local office of the larger organization.
Located at marker 23 on the map of Bellybrush, Cheerss is a liquor store.
Located at marker 21 on the map of Bellybrush, the cheese shop…
Located at marker 13 on the map of Bellybrush, the cobbler shop is a shoe store that sells very stale, bad cobblers, which it only stocks because people kept jokingly asking for them.
Located at marker 51 on the map of Bellybrush, Cornocopia is a fancy restaurant.
Located at marker 40 on the map of Bellybrush, the Fair is a small market in the north part of town.
Located at marker 28 on the map of Bellybrush, Freddy's Fuels…
Located at marker 15 on the map of Bellybrush, the Grape Vine is a low-class tavern.
Located at marker 18 on the map of Bellybrush, Kaldura's House House is a "hotel."
Located at marker 3 on the map of Bellybrush, Mandrin's Shack is a squashboard shack built just north of the gibbet at the intersection of Boundary Street and Gibbet Street. It was constructed on the 2nd of Melting, 80pc, by Madrin, an individual who had escaped from the local asylum. It is notable for the strong smell and loud screaming which come from it at random, but overlapping, periods.
Located at marker 34 on the map of Bellybrush, the market is the main marketplace in the town.
Located at marker 27 on the map of Bellybrush, Meig's Mercantile…
Located at marker 14 on the map of Bellybrush, the money lender and exchanger is a squat stone building which performs currency exchange and offers loans on collatoral. (It's a pawn shop.)
Located at marker 17 on the map of Bellybrush, the netmaker is a small building that makes and sells fishing nets.
Located at marker 22 on the map of Bellybrush, the ramen shop…
Located at marker 12 on the map of Bellybrush the Redbrick Apartments are an apartment block where many of the town's less well-off residents reside.
Located at marker 32 on the map of Bellybrush, the tenement is shared housing.
Located at marker 13 on the map of Bellybrush, the tobacco hut is a small tobacco store.
Located at marker 25 on the map of Bellybrush, the undertaker
Located at marker 47 on the map of Bellybrush, the Westmeet Market is a small market in the center of the town.
Located at marker 50 on the map of Bellybrush, the /*Wynd/* is a large tavern in the center of town.
While presumably the Old Wall used to be part of a larger structure, now all that remains is a roughly five-foot tall, two-foot wide limestone wall.
The town of Bellybrush has a relatively sophisticated sewer system, since it was constructed by relatively affluent people. A portion of the sewer line is accessible from the surface, marker 11 on the map of Bellybrush. Most of it, however, is inaccessible except through two access points: one under the Chandlers Guild, marker 4 on the map of the Bellybrush Sewers and another under Ye Olde Curio Shop. marker 1 on the same map.
The Bellybrush Flayer is a rumored serial killer in Bellybrush who is suspected to be responsible for the death of several residents.
The Blacksmith's Guild is a human commercial organization.
See the Vagrant.
The calendar on Teraum divides time into years, each with 12 months containing 3 ten-day periods. There are also five annual holidays occuring after certain months, with a fifth holiday occuring every four years, for a year that is 365.25 days long. (Convenient!)
|Dry||Browning||Dusking||Rotting||Harvestyg & Feastyg|
Winter is equivalent to Earth's February. Temperatures continue to drop, with parts of the New World dipping below freezing.
Melting is equivalent to Earth's March. Temperatures rapidly increase as the days lengthen. The spring equinox is on the 19th of Melting. Formerly Sunsets.
Blooming is the equivalent to Earth's May. The Farsteppes thaw. Formerly Melting.
Summer is the equivalent to Earth's June. The summer solstice is on the 20th of Summer. Formerly Flowers.
Rotting is the equivalent to Earth's October. Formerly Leaffall.
Frosting is the equivalent to Earth's November. Formerly Rotting.
Snowing is the equivalent to Earth's December. Formerly Drawing. The winter solstice is on the 20th of Drawing.
Constructive Criticism Day
The Carrot Docks are a small port south of Ack.
Castle Oru (Historic)
The Central Plains are a region of the Old World.
The Chandlers Guild is a human commercial organization that produces candles and related equipment as well as books and printing presses.
The Chauntean Ruffians were a local militia in northwest Sherwyn County, based out of the Chauntean Monastery. The majority of the Ruffians were killed by Brother Sun, Ilea, and the Vagrant on the 14th of Blooming, 80pc.
Craig, Greg (deceased), Breg (deceased), Queg (deceased), Eric (deceased), Jeff (deceased), Jorge (deceased), Carter (deceased), Sammy (deceased), Ja'Michael (deceased), Decio (deceased), Waltin (deceased), Leonte (deceased), and Rodnell (deceased).
Massacre of 80pc
Cloudbound Trading Company
The Collapse was caused due to magic's, well, magical properties. In this instance, it was that "too much magic in one spot causes it all to destruct chaotically."
Chronology of the Collapse
Cows are a domesticated species used by humans for their milk, meat, leather, and other byproducts.
Trent, formerly a high-ranking member of the Delvers, was the owner and proprietor of Ye Olde Curio Shop, an antique store in the town of Bellybrush in the Green Delta. In addition to the mundane objects he bought and sold, he also made an effort to collect magical artifacts, even though due to the effects of the Collapse, the items had no power.
His collection drew the attention of the Red Ward, who used their connections with the Chandlers Guild to begin digging a tunnel through the town sewers to gain access to the Curio Shop's basement. To cover up the noise of their efforts, the Guild sent Aaron Pollar, posing as Syggrian Graymane to the Shop in early Blooming, 80pc.
On the 13th of Blooming, 80pc, Barnabus Trent, already suspicious, places a listing on the local job board looking for someone to help guard his shop. The following day, Jenos Anadini and Kindal, two humans who had arrived in town on the 12th, after the airship they were on crashed, responded to the listing.
When they returned to Ye Olde Curio Shop after buying some supplies, Greymane is in the store and is berating Trent about a pair of dice that Greymane had supposedly sold to the store several days prior. While Greymane had sold several objects to the store, the dice were not among them and the argument was to cover noise caused by imps digging into the Shop's basement.
Dorth is a small village in the Green Delta.
Earthworms are a useful species that turns stuff into useful dirt.
The Elflands are a region of unknown size in the New World, comprised of many diverse forested biomes.
Elo was a clerk who worked as a slaver for the Chandlers Guild.
Erenin is a village in the Green Delta.
Eridrin is a small town in TK.
Fascism is a political belief held by some humans.
The Farfarsteppes are a region in the Old World.
The Farsteppes are a region in the Old World.
Forlond is a small village in the Green Delta.
Gnork's Encyclopedia of Dwarven Construction
Gnork's Encyclopedia of Dwarven Construction is a manual written by Edward Gnork in 81bc. The book contains a breadth and depth of information about dwarven building methods, including their recipes for concrete and schematics for building foundries and other facilities.
Physically, goblins are between three to four-and-a-half feet tall, with black hair and skin that is various shades of blue and green.
Their small size led to them being subjugated by other magical species throughout their history, and that oppression has shaped their culture.
The gods are a collection of lifeforms (though not a single species) whose only shared attribute is that they require belief for sustenance.
Syggrian Graymane was an identity used by the Chandlers Guild to conduct espionage and sabotage.
Great Wars, The
Greater Ack Metropolitan Enclosure
Following the Fire of 80pc in Ack, the Red Ward used its influence to coordinate reconstruction efforts. To facilitate bureaucratic oversight, they established what they referred to as the Greater Ack Metropolitan Enclosure, which was the contiguous area where they had an allegiance with the local human government.
The Green Delta is a temperate region in the Old World.
Aldous Honeyfern is a human researcher and proprietor of Honeyfern Laboratories. Born in 23pc, Honeyfern was a member of the Delvers during the end of Rickle Axager's tenure as the group's leader. When the Delvers were outlawed by the Ackian Merchant Kings, Honeyfern abadoned the group. He went on to become a researcher and, through the 40s and 50s, created a number of machines that were used in the Great Wars.
After the Fire of 80pc, Honeyfern reconnected with Barnabus Trent, who had been a member of the Delvers concurrent with him. Trent assisted Honeyfern in establishing Honeyfern Laboratories in exchange for Aldous rejoining the re-formed Delvers, now led by Trent.
House Monic is an estate in the Farsteppes, one of the few still owned by nobility.
Figure 13: A sketch of passengers boarding the Hunnul, drawn by Stirling Little.
As it descended, Renkah, Freke, Kindal, and Jenos were teleported to a concrete hallway occupied by Jerry the Nowit. Jerry requested a book from the four humans, while unintentionally causing them physical harm with his vision.
When Jerry learned the four do not have the book he is looking for, he attacked Jenos and Freke, injuring Jenos. However, before Jerry is able to harm Freke, the four humans are teleported back to the Hunnul, which has just impacted into a cabbage field in southern Pled County. They gather their supplies and begin to head to the main road and nearest town, Bellybrush.
At around 1030h on the 13th of Blooming, 80pc, Kindal used the Red Ward Job Board in Bellybrush to recruit Ross Camden to recover some of his belongings from the site where the Hunnul's cargo cabin crashed the previous day.
They're able to recover some items, though their efforts are inhibited by the presence of fascists who are also interested in looting the wreckage, and unusually large ravens who appeared, to Kindal, to be searching through the wreckage for a specific item.
Imps are a magic species.
Jelf is a wizard who lives somewhere in Arathel County.
Jerry the Nowit
Jerry the Nowit is a nowit who exists trapped in Jerry's Hallway, within the Worldkeep. Jerry became trapped in the Hallway during the Collapse, after being pulled into his copy of Gnork's Encyclopedia of Dwarven Construction.
Since the Collapse, Jerry has been undisturbed in his Hallway, save for a singular incident on the 12th of Blooming, 80pc. Then, four humans were teleported into the hallway during the crash of the airship Hunnul. One of the humans, Jenos Anadini was in possession a copy of Gnork's Encyclopedia, but the four humans, including Jenos, teleported away before Jerry could take it.
Thomas Jonmark is an accountant who works for the Red Ward.
Travel to the Green Delta
Scavenging with Ross Camden
Kolpe is Renkah's eldest son.
Lanfon is a small village in the Green Delta.
Last Baron, The
Lazy Mare Tribe
The Leatherworkers Guild is a labor guild with an inordinate number of merchant members. They also notably have a strong presence in the New World.
He was an emotional child, and that led to him having difficulty finding steady work as an adult. Eventually, Madrin found himself in the custody of the Bellybrush Asylum.
On the 28th of Winter, 80pc, Madrin escaped from the asylum and built himself a shack in the area of Gibbet Street, in Bellybrush. His emotional outbursts have been getting worse recently, as an increase in magic in the area - being carried from the Worldkeepers by the Green River, is causing the goblin in him to assert itself. This also causes Madrin to have exceptionally strong body odor.
Marby is a town in the Green Delta.
The multiverse is the known whole of reality, containing all universes.
Nowits are a sapient species who are created by wizards who pursue immortality and fail.
Nulbuk is a village in the Green Delta.
The One Route is a transoceanic merchant vessel which maintains multiple routes on both coasts of the Optic Ocean.
Orcs are a magical species.
The next year, Renkah and Gegin, aware that the Unseen Sea was no longer able to provide a stable life, decided to emigrate. They set a course north, toward the Worldkeepers, knowing that the Farsteppes had suffered their own hardships, but aware that meant there would be land for those who could take it.
In 70pc, Gegin passed away from a sickness, but Renkah continued on her journey through the mountains.
On the 22nd of Rotting, 79pc, an accountant named Thomas Jonmark comes to Castle Oru from the Red Ward with an invoice for House Ellon, or whoever currently occupies their lands. Renkah decides to take Thomas hostage.
On the 3rd of Showering, 80pc Renkah is hired by Nash Celson in the town of Helmet's Dent, to be part of a team hired to kill bandits occupying his [[House Monic][family home] Celson promised the team, consisting of Renkah, Jenos Anadini, and Kindal, substantial financial compensation upon their success. Journeying to the location of the house, the team encountered a garlic boar, which attacked them. In trying to defend themselves, Jenos accidentally shoots Renkah through the leg, but they're successful in driving away the boar. Unfortunately, the time the fight took meant they didn't have time to make it to Celson's house before sundown, so they head back to Helmet's Dent.
Pigs are a domesticated species in Teraum.
Pled County is the northwestern county of the Green Delta.
Pocket dragon was a magical tool created by Altar Sendvogue in 52bc. The tool consists of a brass cylinder with a brass cap, approximately two inches long and one-third inch in diameter. When the cap is removed, an internal lever triggers a spring which puts the magic contained in the cylinder under pressure, causing the uncapped end of the cylinder to heat up rapidly to around 600 degrees.
Povator is a god of woodlands.
The printing press is a human invention that enabled the rapid copying of written documents.
The Red Ward is a district of the city of Ack and a quasi-governmental organization which operates out of that district.
Red Ward Job Board
The Red Ward Job Board is a public service provided by the Red Ward, where they maintain a bulletin board in a community to help facilitate the local economy.
Red Ward Postal Service
Osmits Reinhard was a human who was one of the first to settle the town of Arathel in the Green Delta. He established the Reinhard Lumber Mill in 477bc and constructed the Reinhard Estate in 470bc. In the summer of 460bc, after failing to pay his workers, he was hanged in the town square and his assets were seized by the villagers, though his estate remained standing.
Sharrin is a village in the Green Delta.
Sheep are perhaps most known for their wool, a textile fiber sheared from their coat.
Northwest Sherwyn County
Sing-sing is a narcotic created with magic through a process of distillation. Its effects are whatever the consumer most believes its effects will be, until the user recognizes that, at which point it becomes a mildly addictive entactogenic sedative.
The Southwoods are a wooded region in the southern part of Halfling Country.
A lifeform's species is its basic unit of classification.
A species is considered extinct when there are no known living members of it, and have not been for quite some time.
Giant spiders are a species of magical creature.
Squashboard is cardboard.
Terro is a village in the Green Delta.
Old World Coast
Unusually Large Ravens
The Vagrant is a human criminal.
Wafeld is a village in the Green Delta.
Wattsman's Medicinal was a apocathery in Gnalens.
The Worldkeep is a large subteraumean facility containing many diverse environments for housing several thousand variety of species.
Knotted Hell is the part of the Worldkeep where giant spiders live.
In 30000bc, the Worldkeep's walls breached, allowing some species to escape. The first species to escape were giant spiders into the Widewoods, followed by goblins. Orcs were able to move into the Farsteppes, while humans moved into the Central Plains. Dwarves built fortresses in the Worldkeepers. In the New World, halflings and elves were able to make a home for themselves.
Wybert is a clerk who works as a slaver for the Chandlers Guild.
I've noticed that I use some sounds to mean the same concept repeatedly, but the terms don't really warrant their own dictionary definition. I guess canonically, these might be in "Old Common" or similar?
caer - noun, a small enclosed settlement that is about evenly split between military and civilian use.
tyg - noun, holiday, see the Calendar.
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|8||Crash site of the Hunnul's passenger cabin|
|9||Crash site of the Hunnul's cargo cabin|
|10||Crash site of the Hunnul's crew cabin|
|13||Northwest Sherwyn County|
Southeast Arathel County
Figure 29: A map of southeast Arathel County, created in Inkarnate.
Northwest Sherwyn County
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