[These are all LARGE images so get CLICK HAPPY]
[If you like miniatures you may want to see my other post with some Lord of the Rings figures including a Balrog. This Balrog features in Aione.
In The High Wilds,
- There are two High Men
- There are twenty-eight Druids of level five and above
- Of these twenty-eight: Seventeen are native to the region - a primitive people based on the vikings of the Icelandic sagas. There are three Ka-akhban, one English, one Irish, one Italian, one Greek, one Dwarf, one Gnoll, one Leopard. The Archdruid is of unknown race, not human
- Each Druid is responsible to a territory thirty miles wide (roughly one hex), with the exception of the Irish Druid Lugh mac Cumhaill responsible for the Forest of the Young from the town of Zau to the Allfather peaks and the Archdruid who cultivates young woods scattered far and wide in the balder wilderness
Each winter evening Gwydion entreats the Waters of Hoa Poa to hold her peace for another night
Gawain - Yes that Gawain come from England little more than a boy yet already a knight of renown honoured throughout Agonmayar. Here he deepens his spiritual nature practising difficult druidic exercises
The High Man Polyphemos the Younger
The Archdruid near Ealden Byrgen
'Don't call me, I'll call you'
The High Man Polyphemos the Elder
Is he responsible for the arctic conditions encroaching on the Hot Gate of Aione?
Where are these Druids on the powers and dangers map?
Compare for yourself - note the four druids in Fiendland: