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This section is where players can learn specific details about the Hero in the story. The information will contain 'stats' and general capabilities, such as equipment that's readied or available, skills, abilities, current health, and other details that might aid the player in choosing the best option during the story.


This section is where players can learn specific details about the area or environment of the Hero's location.

#1 Blacksmith

#2 Merchant Warehouse

#4 Shrine (unknown)

#5 Manor House

#14 Bakery

#17 Apothecary

#20 House



This page is where players can learn background information about the story. Hints and clues might be given here, the knowledge that the Hero might know from daily immersion in the environment but the player would not.


Despite the miles of unprotected, uninhabited border, there are only two true entrances into the Borderlands. The most known and traveled is in the north. This is the short route from the Caravan Road to the Village of Phocis. This route sees pilgrims and traders alike brave the Savage Road. A road that’s infamous for its rocky surface and violence. This reputation is well deserved as it passes through an area that’s between the protection of the Loran patrols, and the Borderland Guard. Bandits, criminals, outcasts, and monsters often use this area to live and prey upon the innocent.


Approaching the Village of Phocis from the Savage Road is said to be a euphoric experience for many. Its tall wooden walls can easily be seen from a distance and act as a beacon for safety. They bestow hope and calm after traveling on an uncertain and treacherous road. Once arriving in the village, travelers typically only stay a short time before moving south to Acra or other destinations in the Borderlands.




Those who survive the trip will enter a rustic farming and trade settlement. There’s very little greenery inside the walls of the village. The ground is dominated by pressed brownish grass or simply dirt. Small gardens can be seen near some buildings but few are well-kept. The roads and paths within the village are unpaved.  A small gutter is dug along each side of the road and becomes a muddy, foul-raging creek after heavy rains.


The skyline of the village can only be seen within the walls. Most of the structures are one level buildings but #2 and #26 are one and one-half level, and #3, #5, #16, #24, #22, #27 are two levels. The larger buildings are chiefly made of a stone base, with wooden walls, and a wood tile roof. The smaller buildings and houses are of wattle and daub construction.


Outside the walls, there are several stone farm houses that appear to manage large tracts of farmland.