"The strength of a house lies in its foundations. That is the first lesson. The Fatimas are the foundations of our Nation, and the Pillars the strength that binds Them in place. Without the bonds of law and the reach of the blade, we would be nothing but a collection of vandals and beasts..."
-- Tomas Ever'on, Advocate of Tera Sheba
Joan the Warrior and Tera Sheba... [click here for more]
Magdalen the Lover, Eva the Mother and Baba Yaga the Crone were the first of the Fatimas to appear to the people of Vimary, and the power that they hold reflects that seniority. They stand back and watch, and appear to many as silent observers compared to the antics of the others, but still waters run very deep indeed, and none of the three tribes are as simple as they appear. ... [click here for more]
Dahlia the Trickster and Agnes the Child are the most unpredictable of the Fatimas, wild and changing with the winds. Their tribes reflect their capricious natures, dancing through life in an endless swirl of color and passion. Untamable and frenetic, the lives of the tribes of the Dancers are never dull...Word of the Dancers serves as both a sourcebook and a Player's... [click here for more]
"In those days we were young and proud; we thought we could learn all there was to know of the River and its mysteries. Looking back, I cannot imagine how we could have been so foolish, for the River is vast and deep. No man may find all of its secrets, and the price for the few that we did catch was far higher than I wanted to pay.
"Come now, follow this path and find... [click here for more]