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Rise of the Halflings Scenario: The Wyrmway Gate & Parapets

As the halflings’ wealth in Archanical fuel increased, so did their standing and bartering capabilities with the iron-mongering dwarves. Ever eager to appease their halfling allies to the South, much of their ancient stores of metals and quarried stone was tapped to provide for the rising city of Wollockshire. As the decades passed and the alliance flourished, so too… Read more

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Archanical Vehicles: The Drakenarc

Having unlocked the secrets of flight through the Archanical Bile fueled Barrel-tech used in the Archanical Sky Barges and Barrel Bikes, the Great Warlock sought to top all by commissioning the Gaffers Guild with their greatest feat yet, the Drakenarc. Though it has a smaller fuel tank than the hulking Sky barges, Drakenarcs are purpose-built for speed and maneuverability, the ultimate… Read more

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Archanical Vehicles: The Archanical Automatons

When the warlock bound his will to the Great Wyrm he joined with not only its eternal lifeforce but the cosmic knowledge of the ancient being. Universal insight beyond the reckoning of mortal man was harnessed for the betterment of the halfling’s lives and township. Or so the Warlock believed. There may be no better… Read more

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Ortegar Deepwood, the Druid

Ortegar Deepwood’s name was forgotten by most long ago, known to all Halflings now as simply ‘The Druid.’ When the Great Warlock saved the Halfling folk from the Wyrm’s devastation nearly 100 years ago, the Druid prophesied a greater evil to come from his presence and retreated into what remained of the great woods. There he bound himself to the trees with… Read more

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Archanical Monowheel and Monowheel Mower

Perhaps the most useful of all the inventions of the great warlock is the Archanical Monowheel. Powered by the combustion of the refined black bile, this curious form of transport is fitted with attachments front and side enabling its power to be used by a variety of contraptions throughout Wollockshire. Driven and maintained by members of the… Read more

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Rise of the Halflings Scenario: The Gaffers Workshop

The locals nicknamed the Gaffers Guild Workshop the ‘Blunderbuss’ due to its similarity in shape, and the constant blasts and bangs heard from within. The Workshop is the most industrious building outside of the Archanical compound. Within its walls are assembled the great automatons and airships of Wollockshire; these Barrel-Tech powered transports give the city its cutting edge… Read more

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Rise of the Halfling Scenario: The Halfling City Guildhall

An oddly fashioned building, even by Wollockshire standards, this domicile for those halflings employed within the Archanical Compound was designed by the Great Warlock to best compliment the new architecture of the Arcane while complimenting the existing styles preferred by traditional halfling master builders. Small touches such as these further endeared himself to the steadily growing halfling populace, making it even more difficult for those… Read more

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Archanical Vehicle: The Archanical Barge

Built for the sole purpose of ferrying the ongoing trades of masonry and metals with the Dwarves of the Northern Mountains for the Archanicle fuel rendered in the Halfling city, these sturdy, Barrel-tech Air-Ships rely on a good deal of the fuel itself to give buoyancy to the barrel-like structures containing it. Fondly referred to by Haflings… Read more

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The Forest Rangers & Forest Ranger Captain

Halflings choosing a return to the old ways who took shelter in the woods far from the city became known as the ‘Forest Rangers’. Shared tasks focused on patrolling the borders of the forest, foraging food and preparing meals as well as hunting, wood collection, and bivouac construction. The furnishings of such a life were… Read more

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