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Dragonmarks: Cyre

Posted: Thu Dec 13, 2018 5:29 pm
by Big Mac
Keith Baker has a blog entry up called Dragonmarks: Cyre.

Here is the start of the article, so you can get an idea of what it is about:
Keith Baker on keith-baker.com wrote:The Jewel in Galifar’s Crown. Wondrous Cyre. Cyre was the heart of the united kingdom of Galifar. But what was the nation actually like? Many sourcebooks have explored the cultures and cities of Thrane, Breland, Aundair, and Karrnath. Since Cyre has fallen, the focus is often on the current plight of the refugees and not on the nation they lost. But as a Cyran PC, what are the memories you treasure? What was your childhood like? If you hope to rebuild your nation, what is it that you aspire to recreate?

In this article I’ll explore some of the history and culture of Cyre before the Mourning. Bear in mind that this is not canon material, and may even contradict canon sources.
Has anyone considered using Cyre in their tabletop games?

Would you continue to use it, as a background for refugees?

Would anyone consider running an "Arcane Age" like game, set in Eberron's past? If so, how far do you think you would need to go back to make good use of the sort of information that Keith Baker has mentioned?