Christopher Boore writes to a punk rock beat…the aspiring Mandalorian Merc, husband, father, electrician/chef, has dipped his foot into the literary swimming-pool with his first self-published sci-fi short, Next Up, and is currently working his way up to a solid doggie-paddle amongst the warm waters and sandy beaches of South Florida’s Treasure Coast.Official Website
Somewhere on the edge of the Great Eastern Waste, before the madness…
Ancient evils of a once tyrannical reign have begun to re-emerge, whispering into fearful ears throughout every shadow of the known lands. Brave souls from the West have made their way east to the ends of civilization, The OuterWastes. Road weary explorers from every corner of the land trickle into the barren landscape around Dol Harak, The Bleeding Keep at the foot of The Great Eastern Desert. Others have been seen on the road, others who have only a dark want for power and richesb and even destruction. Many wonder who will reach the source of evil, deep within the Pillars of Ancient Saur first, and what will they do with it once it is within their grasp.
Dol Harak is an old, dusty red granite keep founded by the IV Accadion Legion before its disappearaned deep in the wastes one hundred years ago . The small fortress lies atop of the ruins of a forgotten town. A melting pot. Criminal hub. Seedy. Dirty and grimey. Its streets are covered in the sand blown in from off the silt desert. The sand and dust push their way into your armor. Your skin is dry and chaffed. You just want to get in to Dol Harak and drink some overpriced warm water and eat a platter of dried fruit.
The Guzzah Kobadi are a fierce tribe of Kobold nomads that wander the desert wastes. They often raid settlements near the desert’s edge and strike at caravans heading into the SouthEast for distant Dijibadi. Desert Madmen and haunted survivors all relate the fable of The Lost Oasis of Sauranor and the fabled treasure supposedly hidden in its dark depths. Many suspect that the Guzzah Kobadi now strike out from this oasis, hidden somewhere in the trackless depths of the desert.