Category Archives: People and Places

Interesting characters and locations for the setting.

Monsters!

Kalyr is a game about people, not a game of gods and monsters. This fellow is the nearest things to an out-and-out monster who’s ever appeared in the game, a psychotic alien serial killer shaped like a blob. So, should … Continue reading

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Karela Blerynthar – The Artist Assassin

This character was a player character from the very early years of the game – Sadly I’ve long since lost touch with the player who created her. Thanks to Sean (Pandemonium) who suggested one or two of the aspects – … Continue reading

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The City of Filgeth

This is an old map of Filgeth I drew many years ago using Campaign Cartographer. For reasons which were probably to do with printing it out on an A4 page it’s rotated through 90 degrees – North is to the … Continue reading

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Zageyn d’n Zofeth – Academy of Knowlege Security

Another “stock character”, this one, through he’s a PC-level character with 30 skill levels. So far he’s cropped up several times as an NPC, both as an ally and as adversary. Name: Zageyn d’n Zofeth Appearance: Rough-hewn male kandar of … Continue reading

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Klavar Zadaz d’n Alathyr – Knight of Clan Zadaz

Another NPC – this guy’s been a recurring minor villain who’s cropped up several times in-game. He’s a good stock character when you want a stereotypical kandar knight. Name: Klavar Zadaz d’n Alathyr Appearance: Young kandar man with a face … Continue reading

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Argeyn Tyr – Journeyman Wizard

This is a sample NPC I created on-the-fly for use in the ongoing play-by-post game in Dreamlyrics.com.  I’d already established the character in an earlier scene – since he’s going to play a bigger role in the current scene, I … Continue reading

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