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Gilead – Belly of the Beast

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by Kadosh Chamid

News about Gilead’s deeds in Jericho quickly spread and kings and lords began to fear him. As his army marched across the forests of Atlasia, he met various bandits, adventurers and other mercenaries, seeking to slay the infamous Scourge of Jericho and earn a great reward the city council of Atlas posted on his head. Few were even a challenge to his abilities, except for the one we know as Bosheth the Black Hand.

Bosheth was a known brigand, who led a group of bandits operating in the Bloodied Forest. He was a red-skinned nephilim who lost his right hand to a great kirin he had slain in his in youth. He later replaced the lost hand with a magically-powered construct made of the blackest ebonsteel he could find, thus earning the moniker “Black Hand”. Bosheth had little regard for authorities and pillaged government officials and commoners…

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Gilead – Birth of a Legend

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by Kadosh Chamid

If there is one person who could be described as nephilim cultural “demigod” similar to divine children that run around Hellade, that person is Gilead. After uncounted years of turmoil on the mainland of Kenaan, the continent was shattered into multiple completing kingdoms, republics and even a theocracy, as weird as a nephilim theocracy sounds. Gilead, a direct descendant of Atlas, son of Shemhaz, arose during that dark age to bring order to the shattered continent.

During that time, the older descendants of Atlas have been deposed by their own city council. The legend says they have grown decadent and failed to rule their kingdom justly. The city council used their powers over the military (which were given to them by Elyon the Fat, the previous king of Atlasia) to rise up, kill the incompetent Hashem the Fool and castrate his little children, to prevent them from…

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I think I should finally link it over here. A worldbuilding project of mine, the world of Shewstone. More under “Mission Statement” at the destination.

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