World of Farland

A world conquered by evil and ruled by the Lords of Sin; A unique campaign setting designed to be used with all editions of D&D.


Rasilhi'in

   
Rasilhi'in

It is commonly known that the people of Budum-Ishi venerate the gods in more animalistic forms, representing them with the heads and temperaments of beasts and birds. It is less commonly known that they are the last decaying remnants of an empire that once spanned much of Eruna, now all but lost to the golden sands of the Cen-Cenla desert. However, only a fraction of the Budum-Ishian nobility recall the shared history that brought about both of these facets of their culture. As yet, no outsider that has stumbled onto the truth has returned to tell of it, for these twisted aristocrats have a singular loathing of lesser mortals speaking openly of these things.

Five days' west from Njarakere lies the ruined temple-city of Ushpnath, once the spiritual heart of the lost Ishian civilization, said to have been built over a magical nexus left over from the world's creation. Whatever the truth of that claim, there was undoubtedly some powerful magic working on its inhabitants, for on the days deemed most sacred to any given god, those born on that day were possessed of the heads of animals - and more interestingly still, these heads were of the same kind for each day. With the passing of decades, the initial horror and despair changed first to acceptance, then reverence, until at last even being a relative of a Holy-Headed One, a rasilhi, was considered a literal divine blessing.

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