ICYMI: Charge of the Lyte Brigade Chapter 10

Close out the weekend the way we started it, with the latest Realmgard chapter.

The History of Realmgard in 30 Days: November 19

"Initially founded as an relatively minor Imperial port town serving as a midpoint between the older and more prominent city of Goldharbour and the lands of Terrace’s northern seas. Porthaven, along with much of the northeastern coast, was incorporated into the territory of the Empire of the Sea, becoming one of its major cities and even briefly its capital. "

The History of Realmgard in 30 Days: November 18

"It is said that the unquiet, but ultimately smugly self-satisfied ghost of Enrico Ascia haunted the shamed Sigismund Stolt for the rest of his days and that ghostly moans of “Told you so” can be heard echoing the Consul’s Palace at Hornsburg even to this day."

The History of Realmgard in 30 Days: November 17

"Over time, however, and in the face of growing external threats from neighbouring kingdoms, the Dwarves and Goblins began to move towards conciliation and alliance, first initiating a loose alliance intended primarily for mutual defence in the face of foreign invasion and culminating in the establishment of a dual monarchy."

The History of Realmgard in 30 Days: November 16

"A longtime territory of the Elven Empire, though historically disconnected from the majority of Imperial affairs due to its remoteness and rugged terrain, the Land of the Phoenix was first occupied by the ancestors of the Amazons during the fragmentation and fall of the Elven Empire, arriving as a largely female community of refugees from the Elven heartland."