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Aventuria is a continent of the planet Ethra an anagram of "Earth", as the planet's name in the German edition, Dere, is an anagram of Erde , the German word for "Earth".
Tharun was envisioned as the inner side of Ethra, which was supposed to be a hollow world. It is lit by a central sun which also annihilates the usual magic.
The original sun, Glost, was the work of Guerimm, the god of fire. New gods appeared and started to oppose the twelve gods of Aventuria.
One of them, Arkan'Zim, destroyed Glost, and another new god, Sindayri, created a new sun, aiming to reduce the influence of the twelve gods in the hollow world.
The splinters of Glost were spread everywhere. The inhabitants picked them and drew runes on them. They thus became runestones; the combination of three runestones can lead to the liberation of the energy of Glost, allowing a new magic.
Tharun is linked to the surface of Ethra by a double-sided volcano. The society is a military dictatorship, with a caste of Sword Masters ruling the rest of the population.
Myranor or Gyldenland In the original Güldenland , meaning "Golden country" is a large continent west of Aventuria. It was first described in and released as a separate RPG in Initially, it was used to play-test an early version of what came to be The Dark Eye 4th edition rules.
In contrast to Aventuria, the setting is high fantasy. The continent is huge and parts of it still are unexplored.
One notable political structure is a huge empire that has been in degeneration for millennia. At its height, it had been the origin of modern civilization in Aventuria, and the area it still controls is larger than Aventuria itself.
In its early years, the empire was controlled by mighty three-eyed wizards called "the old ones", who disappeared thousands of years ago.
After its initial release in , only one additional rule book, one regional description and six adventures were released. After those, nothing further was released for Myranor.
Two fans, however, revised Myranor to be played with the "final" 4th edition rules with FanPro's permission.
These new rules were released as a hardcover book in January On 20 January Ulisses Spiele announced that they would be handling future publications related to Myranor.
The Elves are indigenous cultures, and generally do not believe in gods. A board game and two expansion games were released based on the Dark Eye gaming system:.
The games are three-dimensional , where features and structures were built on top of the board, and could also be interacted with the character pieces.
The games revolve around a group of Heroes battle against a snake sorcerer named Korak and his minions. The original Dark World game has the Heroes fight through Korak's castle.
The Village of Fear expansion game requires the Heroes to rescue two townsfolk to retrieve the keys to enter the castle.
In the Dragon's Gate expansion, the heroes must get past the Dragon Golgorath before they can enter the town.
Four players can play each game as the Heroes, while a fifth player plays the role of Korak and controls all his monsters.
The Heroes have a corresponding color on their bases. Each game has a shaker or tokens which determine the order of play for each player for each round.
The Hero pieces are also designed to hold interchangeable weapons-a base weapon, and a later, more-powerful gold weapon.
Heroes are awarded points based upon collecting certain items, and defeating enemies. Special dice with scimitars inscribed on them are used for combat.
The winner is the Hero with the most points at the end of the game or the player playing as Korak wins if all the Heroes are defeated. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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