Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Bones of the Empire

Wenceslas Hollar
Once great Imperial roads traversed the lands of Calabria. Paved with stones fashioned by the Dwarves of Imbriol to the North, these roads are lined with the ruins of once glorious estates, temples, halls and tombs. The Shattering caused extensive damage to most of the structures across the land. Efforts are made to maintain the roads and bridges, but a majority of the buildings stand in decay.

Giovanni Battista Piranesi
Massive arched bridges span the rivers and streams which cut through the land, allowing for travel by wagon and caravan.

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