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  • The Freedmen

    The Freedmen Republic was a governmental authority formed in Nihliesh after the Slave Rebellion and the overthrow of the Fahat. Its elected leader is Dhaval, who rules the city with the aid of his most loyal companions, the Peers.

  • Phaenna

    When your stats improve or you learn new skills, it’s because you have mastered another new technique that taps into the secret world. When you gain a new esotery, it’s the result of long hours of study and practice in using your mysterious lore. Born …

  • Reina Meir

    _I remember the rolling hills and seasides of Ghan fondly. My home was just west of the Scarred Monoliths; it was a small farming commune where we raised gallen and crops like most others. In my spare time I would lay back in awe watching the humanoid …

  • Dahm

    Dahm hails from Guran. He lived as a farmers child, and his first friend was a young girl his age named Anat. However, Anat was killed by the Margr group that lived around that area, and attacked frequently, and her parents blamed him for her death. Out …

  • Twarog

    Twarog couldn't remember his first mutation. All he knew was it sprouted like a boy's pit hair in puberty -- except no one cared for your pit hair. Mutation, however, was a sign to the people of Nihliesh. A sign you were something greater, something godly …

  • Garrus-Dorn

    Born into a small colony, Garrus remembers little of his life before his symbiotic fusion with Dorn -- his Neem counterpart -- and subsequent induction into the slave legions of Nihliesh. Garrus-Dorn took on the role of pack mule due to his kinds' immense …

  • Lumos Hashem

    Often the fall from paradise is a steep one; Lumos Hashem, a boy proclaimed to live a life free of stress and hardships was met with travesty and corruption. Word had spread in the Second Tier of Niliesh that a third child would be born under the …

  • Tzefira

    Tzefira was born as the 8th child in a not very well-off family. Her mother struggled to care for all of her children while having but a simple shop job. Though Tzefira's siblings were very much loving, her mother was not. As there was no father figure in …