Lands of the north

Once the home for blooming woods.
Once the home for shining light
Once the home for glorious faith
And once the home for darknened sky

Far has the light fallen

And into the depths of darkness
The lands have fallen
And there they shall rest
Until the light arrives
Once again

The north of Jalten was once the home for the Charitar people. The lands were blooming with forests and filled with shining lakes and rivers. The mountains were gentle and the weather warm and it was a good place to be for all.

But it all changed when the evil, named Amretsu, fell on the surface of Jalten. This impact caused a small cataclysm and his touch froze all living near him. As his influence grew, the lands that he conquered froze and died and even though he was inevitably stopped, his impact on the world didn’t vanish.

After the imprisonment of Amretsu, the north got enhabited by new peoples. Mehron’s people traveled to the north where they established their kingdom and became the guardians of the dark prison. In the far north, the now freed Jaultar found refuge and a place they called home. Jaultar were rarely seen by other mortals, but they were still active, shaping and crafting the land itself into a more beautiful and softer one.

The north is also a target for Zylron, who has his own grand plans that require the destruction of Mehron and his people. But for now, the north remains empty, housing only a few kingdoms and so it shall remain, until the moment of Amretsu’s final death. When his dark soul leaves the world, the eternal ice of the north shall melt and a new age shall begin!

This picture served as inspiration for me. I don’t own this picture.

9 thoughts on “Lands of the north

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