The Continent of Mellarnia
Newly discovered within the
last decade, much of the vast interior of Mellarnia is still unknown. Mellarnia's pristine wilderness
has yet to be exploited by those who live on Despair.
-- The Lost City of Erend:
Left in ruin for centuries, little is known about the history of Erend other than the fact that
it was once a great epicenter of magic, and that the Sorcerers of this era have locked one
of their incantations upon this ancient power.
-- Dragon Lake: The last mortal dragon
came to this lake to die, and from his final breath a healing springs emerged. The
guild of Healers has taken up residence in this remote area and may be your only
hope of shelter in the entire region, should you become trapped on the continent.
-- Goblin Territory:
Very few have entered this region and come back out to tell the tale. It is said that somewhere
within these mountains lies the fabled Castle of Bone where the King of Goblins
-- The Royal Oak:
A small, yet enterprizing inn which has set up shop in the deep forest of Mellarnia. It does
surprisingly well, as it is still one of the only safe havens within the land.
-- The Monks of Shao-Lin:
Having moved to the mountains of this untamed continent, the monks have been left
in relative peace to practice their arts under the leadership of Tang-Tu.
-- The Benevolent Ocean: A calm waters, and the main
reason why only the northern lands of Mellarnia have been populated, as the southern ocean shows
little mercy to those who traverse it.
-- The Ocean of Wrath: Second only to the Grief in deathtoll,
the Ocean of Wrath is said to have a mind of its own. Even master sailors swear that it is as if
something sinister beneath the waves here sinks almost every ship to pass the area with purposeful
-- The Silent Sea: As its name implies, this is a quiet body of water, surrounded on all sides
by untouched wild lands. Rumours have it that on Mellarnia's eastern coast a small village exists,
but most shrug this information aside as they would any old wives' tale.
-- Unexplored Lands: The true frontier of the world. These
twin subcontinents have barely even begun to be mapped or explored.