A tale of Blood and Honour
Read about the artifacts of Elwain, The Iron Crown and The Golden Crown. Or why not learn the story of Elwain in the Naddar hundred? What to learn more about the living-conditions in Arthurian Britain? Check out Christianity and Paganism.
Did you know…
- …that banners are becoming popular, and Arthur has formalized it.
- …that they say Balin, also known as the Knight of Two Swords killed Nineve?
- …that Sir Godwyn is marrying the daughter of a giant, he is called the Roebuck Knight now.
- …that Sir Carangeir is no longer a religious knight, he surrendered his love for the godess for his love for his king. He has joined the table round! Well, he’s still Pagan, but not religious in the same sense.
*…that Godwyn was struck down by a squire?
The Pendragon World
The Elwain Legacy
The Pendragon Legacy
Religions in Britain
The life of a knight
Regions of Britain
Note that the information here represents commonly accepted estimates, not the work of trained geographers, demographers, or other technical specialists, who will not exist for perhaps a thousand years. As you will see, your character knows little about the world outside his own homeland of Logres, less of Europe, and nothing about lands and peoples outside of Europe.
- The Kingdom of Logres
- Cornwall and Brittany
- The Northern kingdoms
- Ireland and the Pale
Notable foreign regions