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Architectural Mages
  Freedom Society
  Genus Order
  Covelli Turncoat
Broken Arm League
Clan of the Rose
Famous People
Holidays of Asterland
How to Speak Like an Asterlandian
  Gnome and Magipunk Alliance
  The Seekers of Knowledge
  Background
  Punk Appearance/ Fashion
  Punk Leader
  Magipunk Military Development
  Magipunk Currency
  Rockers
  Nightshades
  Psychers
  Deathclowns
  Harlequins
  Troubadour
  Sparks
  The Downfall of the Seekers of Knowledge
Recreation
Religions of Asterland
  Desert Rats
Society in the Steam Age
Techlords
Vampires

Trying to describe the culture of Jera is much like the three blind men trying to describe an elephant. It quite depends upon your location (tail, trunk, or leg in the case of the blind men) how you would describe the creature. In the same way, where you live in Jera will have a profound impact on what you would describe it as. In the world of Jera, the only area that is fully fleshed out is the content of Asterland due to the sheer amount of work involved. I have taken the perspective that it is better to have a smaller area well documented than to have larger areas with spotty coverage. Most adventures that I have run in the past are in Grunburg, Alexander, Geyon, and Trondheim. For that reason, these areas are better developed. I tried to run each adventure in a different place, giving me the opportunity to flesh out that area, and thus the continent of Asterland became more detailed and famous personalities came to be.

To get started, select one of the items to the right. Items in red text are categories, rather than links to click on. The items are in alphabetical order, rather than in a sequence, so you need not begin with the first link and work your way through. As you explore this section, you will get a much better picture of what it means to be an Asterlandian.

 

 

 

 

 
 
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