The Ten Races: An Introduction to the Ishiri

Ishiris are a tall and imposing race, with an intimate understanding of all things made of stone and a strong affinity with Physic Energy.  They resemble the rock of the world around them, with skin most often gray, with a rough texture — like running a hand over a mountain boulder.  Ishiri have hair in […]

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The Ten Races: An Introduction to the Zweyjen

Zweyjen love the seas and oceans of the world, and their homes are typically found near the shores of these great bodies of water.  Their smooth, sleek skin is made up of thousands of very fine scales that protect them from variations of heat and cold in water and provides a buffer against the harsh […]

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GERC: The Interdivisional Council

The IC is exactly what it sounds like: it comprises several members from each major GERC division. The IC serves two primary purposes: first, to encourage constant cross-disciplinary communication within the GERC. That is the purpose of the Coalition, after all – to unite researchers from all Guilds, races, and disciplines. Second, the IC serves […]

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Customizing Your Character: Stunts

One of the main goals of Beyonder’s system mechanics is to allow for maximum customizability.  We want you, our players, to be able to tell whatever story you want within the world of Beyonder and to have the mechanics support it.  We have allowed for many possibilities, but we know that you are going to […]

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The Ten Races: An Introduction to the Heola

Although heola* tend to be tall and thin, they are far from fragile: their stamina and physical endurance, especially in the hottest regions of the Tamarran Continent, are legendary.  Because of their ability to withstand extremely hot, dry climates, they often make their home in the deep desert, where not even crawn can comfortably survive. […]

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The Ten Races: An Introduction to the Wellyn

The wellyn are a small people who blend in well with their forest homelands, which helps them to pull off the pranks for which they are famous.  They are quite short, usually between two to four feet, although they often seem smaller, as they are prone to running (astonishingly quickly) on all fours.  They are […]

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