The area simply called The Land is a largely fruitful place. The areas are laden with rolling hills, steep mountains, and the very obvious supply of fresh water. You see The Land is nestled just outside of the realm of water. A perfect setting for our brave adventures
Unbeknownst to our brave adventures the area is also a place of great conflict. The timeline of this story occurs after the great war of the gods. The end result being that High-gods, arch-demons, and all powerful beings cannot walk the planes of mortals. They however, are not forbidden from interfering from the lives of the inhabitance of the land. This forbiddance also does not affect lesser gods.
There are treacherous, beguiling, and maybe even harmless lesser gods reaching for power while the time is right. There may be a number of them but the most notorious are Kazz-ul, the demon-ogre, and Mammon, the god of money and exchange.
The gods are playing games with the lives of mortals. They are in a grab for power. They each have their own motives and plans to gain power. Kazz-ul gains power with bloodshed and by amassing Orcs to do his bidding. Mammon is more laid back. He gains his power though the collection of material gain when done through barter and exchange.
The greater gods that are known to be playing a part in the lives of the people are: Pelor, the god of law and order and also The Raven Queen of Death. Pelor stands as a testament to good and what is right. His powers are far reaching but only as concentrated as his followers are faithful to the cause. The Raven Queen relishes pain; causing it, observing it, or setting it in motion. It is not a plan that motivates her but more of a thrill seeking behavior.
There are small factions and splinter groups of cultists that worship the respective gods. They have no idea what they’re doing. They’re just fanatics trying to gain favor. Wizards, Cultists, and various monsters are included in this group.
Who do the brave adventures side with? Who do they destroy?