Dragon Age: Requiem
This campaign will be resuming in 2017! Alex (GM)
The Journey Awaits
Return to Thedas in the Age’s next epic chapter.
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The year is 9:32, one year since the Hero of Ferelden and their companions have ended the Fifth Blight in the Battle of Denerim. As the citizens of the young nation continue to deal with the ongoing Thaw in an effort to restore what was lost, a new evil begins to rise and stir in the south. All the while other world changing events continue to unfold throughout the lands — tensions swell in the lands of the Free Marches in the wake of mass immigration during the Fifth Blight, Orlais has set its sights on its weakened neighbor by applying political pressures to an already dire situation, and rumors drift of the possible onset of yet another Blight in the lands to the north.
The Dragon Age has been described as an age of great change. The turmoil of the lands begin to crescendo into a cacophony, the herald of something awesome and terrifying. It is on the horizon now, that which will reshape all of Thedas in a way beyond imagination. But the future is fluid and ever changing, like the rippling waters of a great river, and every action a stone being cast causing a unique disruption and change. From all of this we can see a reality begin to coalesce, and a clear choice becomes apparent.
Darkness closes in. Will you stand against it? Or lead this world to its bitter end?
Considerations for Players
1. Reading and understanding the Group Procedures is vital to the long term success of the Campaign.
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3. There are some additional ways that you can be rewarded for helping make our Campaign a great experience for everyone by putting in some extra effort. This is all detailed in the Prestige Points section of the Codex.
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