A weird moment for Admiral William Adama of the Battlestar Galactica (complete with ominous shadow outline) when he suddenly spouts lines from The Empire Strikes Back at his son Lee.
What does he say, and how does Lee reply?
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More powerful beings - reality-changing and interdimensional - that has made their mark on the world of Azamar.
Mo is the deity of laughter, change, and trickery, and manifests in the form of a jester with a dazzling outfit of ever-changing colors - though he rarely ever manifests.
Nooks and Crannies
Nooks and Crannies are factions of a powerful type of beings from a world which was devastated by a war between the factions. They've travelled to Azamar using their magics and set themselves as deities, sowing chaos and demanding sacrifices and tributes from their followers. The war between Nooks and Crannies have now come to Azamar.
Xujof is a deity also known as the grim, a deity of death, life, and the delicate balance between them, often referred to as the equilibrium. Xujof normally manifests as an elderly Human, typically wearing contemporary apparel, mingling quietly within the various societies of Azamar.
The Ash Lord, also known as the Eater of Souls, sends dark beings who manifest as Humans, who make deals to grant the wishes of others, who soon bargain to relinquish their souls in trade for these deals.
Shilutozenon is the deity of nature and of the natural order and make attempts to repair and restore the natural order of Azamar.
Sychorax is the deity of beauty, compassion, desire, and persuasion which manifests typically as a blazing ball of light.
Xaraxamarath is the deity of creation and destruction, often worshipped by a small faction of wizards known as Conjurers, who devote themselves to understanding the magic of creation and destruction within Azamar.
Here's a quick and dirty Star Wars Artists' Guild request I picked up: A Trandoshan smuggler named McFly!
Yes, the life preserver jacket is no accident.
Yes, he is punching Darth Vader.
Here's a damage seagoing vessel - anchored off an Azamar coast - undergoing repairs at dawn. What happened to it? What was it carrying? Who or what shot at it? Were there survivors? What repercussions would there be for characters that relied on this ship for transport or defence? What bearing did this event have on the legacy of the Fracturing in Azamar?
Give the Azamar fantasy roleplaying game a try when it's released later this year, and create your own storylines with your friends as you run the game!
This interior artwork was created for WiIcked North Games with a black and white printing in mind. The colours are an afterthought for this blog.