Corba Tunnels




“Corba Tunnels were carved by underground water streams in the Dark Ages. At some point, they dried out, allowing for Archaic. Tribe to pass underneath the mountains.”

Skjald Sigurd



In the Dark Ages The tribes of Archaic noticed the water streams began to dry out, and they ventured deeper and deeper into the tunnels. They kept exploring, and some even took residence in the tunnels. So deep were their ventures that they came out on the other side of the mountains. Soon the Corba Tunnels became a preferred route to other Races who, over time, also began to detour and explore the tunnels themselves.

This led to visitors intruding on archaeological sites and occasional trampling of their sacred sites; even plunder and grave robbery took place. So the Archaics marked safe public travel routes and began enforcing their centuries-old camps. This led to some small conflicts, but the ‘Corbans’, as the Arhgaic Tribes there were called, had the upper hand in site knowledge, numbers, short supply lines, and determination. Thus, the public paths became what they are now known as.

At some point, a large, odd plague struck home and killed more than 80% of the Archaic, and since no Mana Manipulator has been born amongst the Archaic Corbans, It is a shame, as many of their ancient food recipes are now lost.

Skjald Yell'a'Beard




Up on the mountainside, in the Eastern Harrums Heights lies Harrs Kettle with several entrances to the Corba Tunnels.

On the other side of the mountains are several other entrances to the extremely vast maze of tunnels and large fungi-lit caves. Where one can see the most odd of cave paintings showing Kobold, T'Aurs and many more hunting, dancing, and doing other things.

SkjaldĀ Sejrik






Tunnels and caves have the oddest of Fungi.

Skjald Kazumix

Last Updated on 2024-02-09 by IoM-Christian