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Nation: Vondholm


In Theah as in our world, a number of smaller countries, kingdoms, and states do the globe filling in the cracks and spaces between their larger brothers and sisters. Nestled in the mountainous crags and forests between Eisen and Ussura is one such nation; once poor but independent and struggling to forge it's own destiny once again. Here you will find new history, story, and mechanics detailing the nation including new backgrounds,, advantages, and a new sorcery fueled by a potent blood taint. Dare you uncover the secret of the Bogun?

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D. C March 27, 2018 9:33 pm UTC
just wanted to say I really like this nation and plan to use it in my own game!
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Nathan H August 03, 2017 7:37 am UTC
I don't know if I'd use it as a sovereign nation at my table, but certainly fits the feel for people living on the Eisen/Ussuran/Sarmatian border, where people bearing the curse of Sange may try to avoid the prying eyes of the outside world!
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William L August 26, 2017 3:37 pm UTC
Nathan, thanks so much for leaving some feedback! This one is probably my favorite of the nations that I've done so far. Might I ask why you think you'd pass on letting your folks use it as an option?
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Nathan H August 30, 2017 11:41 pm UTC
Just for my own preferences, I think if I was going to use a "Not Hungary/Romania" based full nation, I'd want it to be on the boarder with the Crescent and struggling against their rule be central to its narrative and identity. For my table though, your Vondholm write-up is great for characters from the Eisen/Ussuran border!
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