Tag Archives: Lorata

Legends of Lorata Poster

Here is a poster feature Goddess Jenh. She is responsible for taking care of Lorata, basically mothering it. She is said to be responsible for the existence of elves and faeries, and to have created Loracaz as her champion, intending … Continue reading

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Starr of Lorata

The Starr are an angelic race given to Lorata by Aamh, the goddess of bards and celestial knowledge. They are the least common race of Lorata, and they have the most unique magic. Starshine, whose father is a bard, is … Continue reading

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A vision of the universe

The people of Lorata have an interesting view of the universe. They believe in four primary deities: I. Jenh, goddess of the elementals. The magic she shares with Lorata is called Zeah, and most users of it are able to … Continue reading

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Concept art – fauna of Lorata

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Jenh, the elemental goddess

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The Continent of Mraté

Planet: Lorata Featured in Book 3: The Misty Shores of Cioria and Book 4: The Distant Isles of the Dark Seas. There is a more detailed map available for Kriilani, and another for the Dragon Isles. Map updated February 2022; … Continue reading

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Map of Manastaecies

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Ghosts of Lorata: Footsteps from the Sea, part 1

Far to the north of Cioria, and even north of the crystalline kingdom of Kriilani, there were the islands. What had happened there long ago, nobody could say, for every who could have said was now dead. There were explorers … Continue reading

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Writing 101, Day Eight: Death to Adverbs

Writing 101, Day Eight: Death to Adverbs Go to a public location and make a detailed report of what you see. The twist of the day? Write the post without adverbs. The tavern was as busy as it was during … Continue reading

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Writing 101, Day Two: A Room with a View

Writing 101, Day Two: A Room with a View A place belongs forever to whoever claims it hardest, remembers it most obsessively, wrenches it from itself, shapes it, renders it, loves it so radically that he remakes it in his … Continue reading

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