Gnomes of Erde

I took my ship back to Koenigsburg and have delivered the herbs to Tamzy as promised.  She is suspicious of my arrival, since she knows full well no ships have come into port recently, but she has not asked any questions.  I asked about her family, and she shook her head and told me about her uncle’s latest breeding exploits and that now no one in the family will let him manage the breeding for their sheep.  I was intrigued and decided to visit them to learn more.  I have been here a week, and I am… unsure…. To say that Gnomes are different is an understatement.

I’ve written what I’ve learned into my journal, and you can read about it here: Gnomes of Erde.

 


 

Special thanks to Samantha, one of my players, for bringing Erde’s Gnomes to brilliant life.  May the Bripple Clan live and prosper for many, many more generations.

 


 

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Government

Yes, it’s a dirty word right now, at least here in the United States.  But you kinda need it so your people know what to expect.

There are a lot of different social and political forms to choose from when creating nations and societies.  I’ve outlined a few of them for you.  Just click the link: Systems of Government

I really want to create a nation where the oldest, most powerful mages rule mundane matters such as trade and diplomacy, and the oldest, most powerful clerics rule spiritual matters including the justice system.


 

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