Unnamed World in Progress (Atmosphere/Theme (Forgotten history (Over time,…
Unnamed World in Progress
The gods now feel that they cannot return, for fear that they will overpower their Fae once again.
The Gods retreated into the celestial planes, seeking to protect their creations from themselves.
The Fae fed upon the gods, and gained such power that they lost control. Thus, the monsters were created as the Fae struggled with their powers.
Fae feast on creativity, and gain power from it, but the gods are entities of pure creation!
The gods created nature, and gave the most abundant sources of it its own personality: thus the Firstborn were the Fae.
The world simply existed. When the gods came into being, they found it lifeless and barren.
Over time, the fae realised that they could manipulate their guardians.
Desperate for the power they once held when they supped on the creativity of the Gods, the Fae lured mortals into tighter concentrations and cities
The gods created mortals as "shepherds" to safeguard the Fae.
guarding against the dark. Now it has grown overwhelming.
Druidism was magic gifted to humans by the gods so that they could govern nature.
As mortals became less scattered, monsters moved in behind them.
have True Faith have generally been touched by the minds of a God, and thus are not entirely sane anymore.
Evil gods buy True Faith similar to how Warlocks achieve it: contracts and deals which benefit both sides.
True Faith is also rewarded (
Faith acts like a barrier to taking levels in Cleric or Paladin
The stronger your faith, the more likely your God will support you.
Almost no one has this.
Created the Points of Light. Which, in turn, created the darkness. (Oops.)
Believe mortals are worth protecting
Magic is rare
Clerics of the Gods do exist, but Clerical magic requires "True Faith".
Warlocks are more likely than Wizards and Sorcerers.
Mortals don't have much access to it.
powerful magic in the world.
Cities act as "Points of Light" in the darkness
A result of fae
manipulation, but an accident.
It wasn't always dark
Dark is history
Dark is mystery
Dark is scary