THE CUSTOMS AND CULTURE OF THE NORTHERN ORCS

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Having only a very basic written language, the orc tribes of Caelereth have, until quite recently, had to rely on lorekeepers and storytellers to record their history, customs, and culture. Now, thanks to the efforts of a small group of Compendiumists and researchers, we are able to present a collection of actual field-notes, reports, and personal journals, which provide us with a fascinating insight into not only the Orcs themselves, but into the methods and systems of field-research. They also offer us a glimpse into the lives of the intrepid individuals who scour the farthest reaches of Caelereth in the quest for knowledge.
 

The Customs and Culture of the Northern Orcs

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THAROC WARGRIDER
Orcen Dueling 9 Download text Read introduction Read text

The Last Days of Mynia
ORCEN DUELING 9 PAGES
WRITTEN BY THAROC WARGRIDER Download text Read text

Whilst it is commonly held that any dispute arising between orcs is settled instantly and with severe violence, recently an hitherto unknown practice has been observed in the Heaths of Eph’denn region of Northern Sarvonia, the extreme southern limit of Osther-oc territory: A researcher working for Azhira Styralias on the relationship between the Kaaer'dár'shín tribe and the northern orcs was witness to this fascinating event and dispatched a report back to her by horse-messenger immediately afterwards. The report is presented here exactly as it was written by the researcher. (Researcher: 973VAL, Report No. 1347/22, Date: 19th Sleeping Dreameress 1668 a.S.) Return to the top
 

Field reports written by various members