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Hex Crawl Chronicles 5: The Pirate Coast - Swords & Wizardry

af John M. Stater, Rowena Aitken (Illustrator), Dawn Fischer (Redaktør)

Serier: Hex Crawl Chronicles (HC5)

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In ancient times the Pirate Coast was home to a great civilization of stone giants. The stone giants maintained a wide-reaching kingdom of towns and villages. Despite their great size and power, they relied on slaves taken from the primitive human tribes of the coast. In time, the stone giants grew lazy and decadent. When humanoids poured into the coastal lands, they gradually destroyed the stone giant kingdom. Although the stone giants were more powerful, the humanoids were more numerous and out bred the giants. Worse yet, the stone giants found themselves plagued by slave revolts.The humans of the coast founded their own kingdom on the island to the east and came to be called the Bucranians, due to the bull skulls they used as standards. More than a century ago, the roving pirates of the White Islands discovered the wealth of the Bucranians and began raiding their villages and towns. When the White Islands sank, many settled along the Pirate Coast and started making raids into Bucrania, burning villages and carting away slaves from the old and lethargic kingdom.Levels vary.For Swords & Wizardry.… (mere)
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Stater, John M.Forfatterprimær forfatteralle udgaverbekræftet
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Fischer, DawnRedaktørhovedforfatteralle udgaverbekræftet

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In ancient times the Pirate Coast was home to a great civilization of stone giants. The stone giants maintained a wide-reaching kingdom of towns and villages. Despite their great size and power, they relied on slaves taken from the primitive human tribes of the coast. In time, the stone giants grew lazy and decadent. When humanoids poured into the coastal lands, they gradually destroyed the stone giant kingdom. Although the stone giants were more powerful, the humanoids were more numerous and out bred the giants. Worse yet, the stone giants found themselves plagued by slave revolts.The humans of the coast founded their own kingdom on the island to the east and came to be called the Bucranians, due to the bull skulls they used as standards. More than a century ago, the roving pirates of the White Islands discovered the wealth of the Bucranians and began raiding their villages and towns. When the White Islands sank, many settled along the Pirate Coast and started making raids into Bucrania, burning villages and carting away slaves from the old and lethargic kingdom.Levels vary.For Swords & Wizardry.

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