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Explore a Whole New World of Intrigue and Adventure in Shores Of Korantia

Korantia: a coastal region of the great continent of Taygus, home to dozens of city-states and scores of Goddesses and Gods - each with their own wants, needs, plans and schemes.

The Enemies and Rivals: To the south are the Jekkarenes, the ancient enemy with cause to fear a Korantine revival; in the east the swelling Taskan Empire draws closer to Korantia’s borders with each passing generation; to the north the warlike barbarians of Marangia have fallen quiet since the Taskans seized their capital.  To the west is the open sea and beyond are distant lands where colonies were set down in centuries past.

The Emperor: Koibos is the 61st Emperor of the Korantines and the 24th of his name. A vigorous young man in the prime of life, ruler of an ancient empire long past its days of glory. It falls to him to restore his realm to greatness or become an irrelevance to the dozens of city states over which he claims sovereignty.

These are the Shores of Korantia.

In this book you will find everything you need to adventure in Korantia and beyond; rules for character creation, cults, encounter tables for land and sea, economics, a fully detailed colony in which to start off your adventures, many fully detailed NPCs and a mini-campaign that will plunge your characters into intrigue and plot, culminating in a perilous expedition to a mysterious and dangerous desert island.

Shores of Korantia is a complete setting for Mythras. Based in the world of 

Thennla, first introduced in Age of Treason: The Iron Simulacrum.

Shores of Korantia requires the Mythras rules for play 

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Richard K June 01, 2017 2:58 am UTC
Are the "scores of gods and goddesses" actually NPCs in the campaign, or just decorations? The wording above was a little ambiguous as to who or what had "their own wants, needs, plans and schemes."
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Jakob S June 23, 2016 9:00 am UTC
I can't write a proper review, since I bought "Shores of Korantia" directly from the publisher. I was unfamiliar with "The Iron Simulacrum", published by Mongoose, which preceded it, but Korantia stands on its own very well, detailing a differnt region of the same world. The overall feel is greek city states with a little bit of an Atlantis mythos in the background ... a lot of attention to who the loose-knit society of the Korantines actually works makes the setting extremely plausible, and it also turns out to be pretty accessible if you stick to it - you'll probably take a while to get a feel for the setting when reading this, but when it makes click, everything really falls into place.
I love the matter-of-factly presentation - the book is well written, but not wordy. And I love the fact that the setting doesn't go out of its way to be weird and new, but is still highly original (no elves, no dwarves, an interesting mix of historical feel and really strange mythological elements,...See more
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Marcus M April 28, 2015 9:44 pm UTC
Please, can someone tell to what extent the naval rules of ”Ships & Shield Walls" are included in "Shores of Korantia"?
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