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A Traveler’s Guide to Samsarras: The Anjasta

   Wyrlynth is said to be a carnal creature. It is easy to believe when you look at the make up of the Anjasta, a nomadic tribe that frequents the wastes around Zan Zan Turina. While largely Orcs, there are also The Blooded. From a distance, The Blooded would easily be mistaken for humans. When one gets closer, however, it is apparent that they are much more.

   The Blooded have many small pits in their skin, about the size of an eye. Many claim that this is proof that they are born of Wyrlynth herself, for who else could be responsible than the Thousand Eyed Serpent? Others laugh at this, stating that a defect of birth is far from a concrete tie. The Blooded tend to stay silent on such matters.  Continue reading “A Traveler’s Guide to Samsarras: The Anjasta”

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A Traveler’s Guide to Samsarras: The Kashkuli


“Qua Jon, father of magic, was not a worldly man. His magic came not of “things.” It came of himself. It came from enlightenment. We but seek the same.”

– Garnosh, Mithrelian Kashkuli


“A magical beggar is still a beggar.”

-Carwinth Brass, Del Harun Merchant


  The Kashkuli, first and foremost, have given up all the material possessions and comforts of the world. They roam the streets of Varrek, subsisting on that which they can scavenge and beg for. They reason that any material possessions or participation in greater society robs them of valuable time they could put toward enlightenment and the pursuit of what they see as “Ishtalla,” or “Perfect magic,” loosely translated. They believe what the world perceived as Insanity in Qua Jon was but Genius too far removed from the layperson to understand. They seek to follow in his path.

  Only men are allowed to become Kashkuli. The order holds itself to absurd standards in that regard.

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