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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Human Kings in Tarnath:  Falfosta

NOTE: The following history is a modified excerpt from a GERC researcher (see Legends of Tamarra, the upcoming game module from Flying NightBear Games). Falfosta: The Absent King, or The King Who Watched. Born in the year SP˜2,740 and coronated SP˜2,764. Falfosta was known as one of the great rulers of Tarnath; he brought peace […]

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GERC: Resource Dispersal and Governance & Wyrd Division

The Guild Energetic Research Coalition, commonly known as GERC (that’s GURK, not JERK), is the largest research organization on the Tamarra Continent, as we discussed in an earlier blog.  In this blog, and following blogs, we will discuss some of the various parts of this vast organization. Resource Dispersal and Governance While this division might have […]

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The Ten Races: An Introduction to the Humans

Humans are, well, just what you would think.  For the most part. Physically, humans in Tamarra look the way you would expect.  They stand anywhere from four to seven feet tall, though most are in the center of that range.  They have the usual two arms, two legs, two eyes, two ears, one nose, and […]

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