Bowei

Legend

“Once a Country twice its size and the first visitors from south of The Rim met when sailing through the now sealed Maiboole's Strait. Making it rich in goods and culture.”

Skjald Ulrich

 

History

Its said that in the dawn of time Bowei was a prosperous land, stretching almost to EtainScia and Ogland and south of it where a opening to the southern half of the planet. Which made Bowei a place of large cultural interaction and a heaven regarding trade goods. But in the Divine War erupting in 1881 F.A. broke the Country in half and the eastern part slided into the sea. It also closed Maiboole’s Strait thus ending all interaction with those south of The Rim and shut down functionality of Teleport Sites.

With half the Country gone and the following turmoil many strong tribes came to control various parts and much warring and raiding took place in the centuries that followed. But around  790 S.A. the strong tribes began to consume the weak and form Hordes. Despite that these brutally swallowed neighbours they also began to protect their own populations and slowly a more peaceful world began to form. Of course there still where the occasional raid and war, but more and more issues where settled at meetings where several Nobility from each Horde or Country contributed with opinions and thoughts.

This ‘age of Hordes’ evolved into The Realm covering all 9 Isles and the election of a High King residing in central Midgard at a newbuilt capitol called Grimsborg. To this Realm and King the various families, tribes and Hordes of Bowie swore their service. So once again the lands grew in wealth but it was all abruptly ruined when The Great Invasion hit their lands hard. So now they are thrown back into chaos and disorder, with not even the old Hordes to protect them.

Skjald Valgrif

 

Organisation

Bowie are at the moment split into so many parts and such a dangerous place to travel that we have no clear picture of what goes on there.

Skjald El Mary

 

Special

Thrown into utter chaos and its extremely dangerous to travel there, as people tend to off every visitor that comes by.

Skjald Sejrik

Last Updated on 2021-08-04 by IoM-Christian