“Close to The Rim and its cold winter and Monster touches, and the previous sweeps of Naldar pirates, life was hard and grim. With The Realm life became light, but The Great Invasion turned everything back to The Rim grinning at people.”

Skjald Yell'a'Beard



Originally, the area known as Agion was home to a lot of warring Tribes fighting off winter, famine, monsters, robbers, pirates, and invaders several times a year. Making the tribes suspicious of others and trade did not occur over long distances, as caravans were simply too dangerous to form and parttake in. This way of life ensured that weak people did not last long, and as minds and hearts hardened, so did the weapons, walls, and tongues. One had but what one did; thus, upholding one’s own family and tribe was an important part of life.

When The Crossing took place, they were approached by the Wanderers. and many small skirmishes and wars erupted. But in time, they began to coexist in peace, mostly because the Wanderers sided with individual tribes in the internal conflict they dragged along, seemingly from down South. The Rim. Securing a foothold at Dalip, the Wanderers spread to Fjella before it split in halves. The random enforcing of some tribes and the collections of thibes opposing the ‘traitors’ and wanderers made Agion into several strong fractions unable to break the stalemate.

A great battle between forces at Knocks Ridge formed a border stretching across the Isle from Folkes Bay to Pelerians Bay. and the rough, hilly lowlands once again split at Schnoors Ridge. Southwards, cutting Marinet Mirror in half between two strong chieftains.

Another landsplitting battle was at Mopraars Marshlands, where a great force of tribes backed by Jomzaar was annihilated by a native force of other Common, Ogryl, Archaic and Drakk Alfar who were fed up with the brutality and expanding. Valgimeer, a strong willed and genious commander managed to secure all lands Northof that and all the way up to Gilpoms Mirror, thus creating whats now known as Valley of Volgimeer.

And throughout Agon, many other chiftains, warlords, kings, and whatever else they called themselves. Held on to areas for so long or so heroically that they now live eternally in local lore.

Skjald Vinotis


Around 575 SA some tribes began to distinguish themselves from the others, and people began calling the tribes Hordes” show=””] as they swallowed up neighbours with ease. Amongst these Hordes, further classification took place over the next two centuries, and around 800, some slipped into the status of ‘lesser’ Hordes while a few rose to become ‘Major’ Hordes. These, as such, had a great influence on the evolution and merging of the various tribes into Agion.

When The Realm was born, the High King offered shared peace and further protection from those who preferred to steal and plunder. The various rulers of Agion elected their own King of Agion and swore allegiance to him. That King then swore allegiance to The High King and began construction of a new Capitol on the South-West shore of Gilpoms Mirrors, and they became integral and equal parts of the realm.

Skjald Sigurd



Skjald Valgrif


With the loss of their own elected king, the collapse of the realm, and even the downfall of the Major Hordes, They have been thrown back into the chaos at the dawn of time, now even spiced up by the pockets of Invaders. and traitors are still hiding and roaming. They do though hope that aid and peach once again will come from Midgard.

Skjald Sejrik



The people from Agion are rash and quick to the blade. The land is known for its dangerous wildlife and precious metals.

Skjald Ulrich

Last Updated on 2024-04-04 by IoM-Christian