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Posted: Mar 19 2007, 06:03 PM
Notes about these places: Everyone is welcome to submit dungeons and other areas to add to the Primordial Territories.
Sunken Colossus - This truly massive city -- recently found to be among the largest cities in all Fantasia -- may appear to be a place of great technological breakthrough and advancement (remains of primitive forms of airships have been found) to outlanders. However, closer research of this wretched metropolis reveals a much darker history. In reality, this sprawling city was the hub of the empire of the Deep, an often-evil race whose leaders eventually dedicated themselves to the destruction to the destruction of all other forms of life they came in contact with. However, this endeavor turned out to be their downfall; when the Deep attacked the now-Wretched Ruins, disease spread throughout this society, driving the population mad, resulting in great damage to the city itself. Eventually, the plague wiped out all but a fraction of the Deep. It is believed that the Sunken Colossus is now home to a very small group of Deep whose ancestors were able to survive the plague. However, no contact has ever been made with them.
Ageispolis - The Seeq capital, although not adorn with massive buildings nor baroque monuments, this city of evil is the center of Seeqs demonic worship. Built with bones among stones, the city is known to be connected to the spirits of the dead and the gathering place of the darkness void, thus facilitate the Seeq to practice their dark arts.
Cynic Outpost - More of a small settlement than a city, this outpost, with about a dozen inhabitants, is one of the only hospitable -- not to mention populated -- places in all of the Primordial Territories. However, this community is very isolated; it is in a remote corner of the Territories, far removed from any other forms of life. As such, the locals tend to act in a manner unusual to those from more civilized lands.
Wretched Ruins - Quite possibly the most mysterious site in all of the Primordial Territories, nobody knows for sure what happened here thousands of years ago to destroy this place. The only fact that historians know for sure is that a miasma leaking from this accursed place eventually spread to the capital of the Deep's empire, resulting in its destruction. Visitors to this place will find no evidence that anyone ever lived here; the only remaining objects are battered, weather-worn houses and sealed tower that emits an eerie glow once every six hours, six minutes and six seconds. The ruins is protected by an incredibly sturdy force field, enough to vaporize any darklings dare to traverse the field...could there be a greater entity inside?
The Soup - The ancestral home of the Djinn, a race of powerful magical entities. The city is being rebuilt constantly after a thousand-or-so years of neglect, and while it will surely take a while yet to repair to its former glory even by an army of determined Djinn, some portions of it could be inhabited by mortals. The architecture of this once-ghostly city is unlike anything else in the world, has extensive farmlands and orchards outside the crumbled walls, and has two rivers meet at it to supply the city. (cielo)
Arropago Reef - Somewhere off in a side of the Primordial Territories, there is a reef, clouded with mist and shroud. It is unknown where that mist came from, but something attracted many ships to this reef. Treasure, or perhaps something else. Any ships that went here met their fate by crashing into the rocks. This land is barely habited. Only Lamiae and Merrow live here now, with their skeletons of former pirates and sailors as pets. Perhaps they use sweet songs or images of treasure to lure them here, only to add more to their undead horde. The Lamiae have charming abilities like no other, one glare will render people into their will forcefully. But no one really knows whether going here is of their own will or not...perhaps, there is an actual treasure amongst all the thousands of ships still unsunken but broken? (DarkValkyr)
Dragonwoods - Mysterious woods in the middle of the Territories. It is heavily populated of beasts and monsters of many kinds, but especially dragonkind are fond of the strange forest. It is supposed that a great dragon sleeps here waiting for the day when Fantasia's days end and it is to destroy the world, sinking it into darkness for all eternity. The Deep fear this place because of it, and so nobody has tread on it for many years. At least, nobody's returned alive. (Tick-Tock Guy)
Well of Wyrms - Little is known about this, but travelers wishing to try and become half-wyrm come here to taste the water, hoping their dreams will come true. Lores and hoaxes arose about the water's property, with some singing praises to the mighty water...and some lament the curse eternal. Can you believe what your hear?
Oken Sands - A huge desert that contains almost a third of the Territories. Once home to many nomads and adventurers, the disease from the Wretched Ruins along with an increasing number of sandstorms made this a no-mans land. The only things living here is ferocious beasts and monsters. However, there is a stunning lack of skeletons from dead bodies - most aren't dead, but undead. (Tick-Tock Guy)
Mount Szodiak - A great mountain in the middle of the Oken Sands, said to go all the way to heaven and the kingdom of the gods. At the way up is temples dedicated to the twelve "Szodiaks", false gods and titans who wanted to overthrow the totema and establish themselves as the new rulers of the races. It is said that the Szodiaks are resting in the temples, waiting for a time to strike against the totema. (Tick-Tock Guy)
Jagd Jugd - A small, deserted town in the middle of nowhere, Jagd Jugd is home to nothing but a bunch of holes in the ground. Rumor has it that an overlarge mole-type thing lives here, but no one has seen it and lived to tell the tale... (Aredjay)
Marblestone Spire - A tower specially constructed by Ryan for warriors to prove themselves. At the moment, though, it's a hideaway from those opposed to a Shadow Clanner joining the Shining Alliance. The tower is made of white marble, is bigger on the inside than out, and has a box of 600 empty Elixir bottles outside. This place will test their combat skills, maze navigating, and resistance to sheer randomness. (Aredjay)
Requiem Crypt - This underground graveyard, home to both deceased humans and deceased Deep, is allegedly inhabited by the bizarre, semi-insane descendants of survivors from Ageispolis. Locals at the Cynic Outpost note that recently, a team of adventurers set out to explore the crypt; however, they have not been heard from since, and it is hoped that a more able team of warriors will show up to investigate this twisted place. (PB)
Forgotten Mineshaft - Found on the outskirts of Ageispolis. People from all over Fantasia used to come to this place to explore the mines, but no one knows what they were mining/searching for. Rumor has it that there is a powerful presence waiting deep inside the mine that can grant anyone all the power in the world to do anything they want, but so far everyone that entered the mine never got to see the light of day again. It is also said that the mine connects Fantasia to another world, but no one has ever lived to conform that. Only one thing is known at this time: the mine has 10 floors in total, but it's also possible that it goes much deeper past the 10th floor... (Baha)
Hexion Arcane Portals -
This post has been edited by Zvane the XIII on Nov 13 2009, 11:00 PM