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Tag Archives: Alsalda Supplement
Because I know how confusing it can be to follow the talk when its full of weird and unfamiliar placenames (after all, I live in East Anglia), I have provided a map. If you think there’s something vaguely familiar in … Continue reading
An Alsalda Supplement After the references in this week’s episodes of Alsalda to the Dal’s truvidiren and their counting, I thought I’d include this as a supplementary post: One, the Beginning Two, the Division Three, the Mothers, many the Others Four, … Continue reading
Of all the characters in the Gene Trees, it is those of the Ulvregan Traders Holds who are most likely to be there at the end. As with the other Gene Trees, these will remain available on the Alsalda Menu. … Continue reading
There follows the full set of gene trees. Though this means some are repeated from previous posts at least they’re now all in one place. And of the characters here, in the coming weeks, some will became important players, while … Continue reading
While not essential to understanding this little graphic will help you along . . .
An Alsalda Supplement You might find this useful, with Detah now visiting Sapapsan’s Isle . . .
An Alsalda Supplement Because we’ve not all spent our younger years eavesdropping on traders, I provide you with this next set of gene trees. You might find them useful when Detah starts talking . . . . Don’t feel daunted. Not … Continue reading
An ALSALDA Supplement Remember that map of Alisalm-Land I posted way back in the heat of summer? It showed nine granaries and seven traders holds. Characters from each of these will figure in some way as the tale of Alsalda … Continue reading
An Alsalda Supplement The Yamin, sons of Beli, fled the Flood, those who did survive, those three. The Uissids found them, wrapped their arms about them, taught these three, the Yamin, sons of Beli, taught them how to hunt, to … Continue reading
Because you won’t find Alisalm-Land on Google Maps here is one I made earlier. The lettered blue circles (A-G) are Ulvregan trader’s holds (followers of Priory Project will be familiar with the concept of Ulvregan traders); the yellow numbered circles (1-9) are … Continue reading