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  • Sarnathi Climate

    Sarnath is located in a tropical mountain valley, with dense jungle vegetation in the surrounding slopes and neighboring valleys. The year is divided into five seasons: Harvest season marks the start of the calendar year, when the rains withdraw and the …

  • Sarnathi Religion

    Sarnath is a city of many gods, but a city in which gods, like men, are rather unequal. Far above all other deities sit the three chief gods of Sarnath; [[Zo-Kolar]], [[Lobon]] and [[Tamash]]. Their worship is orchestrated by the city's chief priests, …

  • Sarnathi Naming Conventions

    Sarnath is a city and an empire that prides itself on being not only a great conqueror of peoples and cities, but also a cultural conqueror, spreading its influence while absorbing what is best from the people it has defeated, graciously allowing the …

  • Sarnathi History

    The Forefathers came to the Valley Ib over one thousand years ago. Where they came from is a name now forgotten, but tradition holds that it was a fallen kingdom far to the east. When they arrived, they found the valley to be dangerous but fruitful, and …

  • Sarnathi Culture and Entertainment

    The Sarnathi are above all a people of migrants and borrowed ideas. The founders of the city were migrants from far to the southeast, according to lore, and over the centuries, the city's unique government system has drawn those who hope to make a new life …

  • Sarnathi Cuisine

    Sarnath was for centuries a remote mountain valley, and for countless generations, the people lived primarily off of the fruits of the rich tropical greenery of the area. Fruit is still a staple of the diet and the most common forms of sweets in the …

  • Sarnath

    Sarnath is the largest city in the world and the capital of the Sarnathi Republic, the preeminent power in Maynar and in the world at large. It is situated in a series of valleys on the shores of what was once a large but isolated mountain tarn, [[Lac …

  • The Fall of the Kings

    The War of Tusks began with the death of Gispaire the Unbloomed, five days before his coronation. The next in line was his younger cousin, Juliann of Heyloon, only seven years old, but suspicion immediately fell on his parents. The whole household, in …