Hidden Lords of Khare

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Hidden Lords of Khare

Post by dipsomancer » Thu Feb 27, 2020 4:53 pm

So I'm currently trying to put together an adventure for my players set in Khare, and while trying to find if anyone had expanded on what is written within the Sorcery books I noticed on the Fandom wiki it mentions that the Third Lord of Khare is a Vampire .. does anyone know where this comes from ? I can't remember seeing it in the book.

I mean, I like the idea, particularly if they also turn out to be an agent of the Archmage - it then makes a nice narrative that they where behind the murder of the death-wraith and the blinding of the beggar, perhaps also engineering the first lord into leaving of the city. (Although I also like the idea that the First Lord left nearly a decade ago and didn't bother coming back and its just part of the culture now to refer to them being away 'sailing up the Jabair').

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Re: Hidden Lords of Khare

Post by Slloyd14 » Fri Feb 28, 2020 7:24 am

The Sorcery! App game has really expanded on Khare.
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Re: Hidden Lords of Khare

Post by drbargle » Wed Apr 15, 2020 11:02 pm

While I enjoyed the Sorcery App game, I preferred a less... busy Khare. Khare struck me as being almost like a fantastical version of Medieval Rome, full of ruins that the people live amongst, depopulated relative to its Imperial height. If I was to run Sorcery again, I'd draw more inspiration from "capriccio" paintings.

I wrote about that art style here:

http://drbargle.blogspot.com/2019/02/li ... ruins.html

As for Khare, here's our play reports from years back:

http://drbargle.blogspot.com/2013/09/into-khare.html

http://drbargle.blogspot.com/2013/09/a- ... alice.html

http://drbargle.blogspot.com/2013/09/th ... khare.html

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