Everything is born on a story. Heroes, villains, wars, celebrations; All things are stories that one might tell. Your own memories are just stories that you tell yourself about the past. Eddur is a land built of stories. As tales are told and yarns are woven, the land is shaped and filled, populated by people, intrigue, history, life.

Eddur is named for the Edda, a race of pan-dimensional beings who are story embodied. Their very essence is that of stories, thousands upon thousands of tales from many different universes, times, and realities. It became known one day that the Edda could not live and contain all of these, they loved to gather new tales, but their capacity was reaching its limit. And so the Edda began to speak, write and sing, weaving these tales into new ones. They took their stories and gave them form, crafting ancient lands and vast oceans. They formed kingdoms and caves, gods and ants all from their tales. The telling took many years but when it was done, when they had exhausted their supply, the world of Eddur stood before them. Satisfied, they left, venturing across reality once more in search of new tales, new stories to feed upon. For those very few who may know of them, it is believed that they will return when they have reached capacity once more, and spin a new world into existence, or pour them out upon Eddur, creating new cataclysms and great joys.

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Brad @Adurnari


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Battle Eagles

The Eagles were once the pride of Teontia. Lauded with tales of heroism, bravery, and power, they held a strong place as Teontia's Guild of choice for slaying something strange or unfortunate.

However, In the last 50 years or so, they've been in decline and only held the #1 spot in the city for so many years because they were the 'only' option. They recruited decreasingly capable hunters and were offered fewer and fewer high profile contracts but they remained afloat thanks to the cachet of their name. When the Lightningsong came into being, it quickly snatched customers and contracts from the Eagles just by being a new option.


Everyone is organized into one of 4 'Clans' within the guild that act as administrative bodies. These clans are designed to create a sense of camaraderie and family, but inevitably only drive intra-clan competition up thanks to the rankings systems they put in place. Clans also compete with each other for dominance, further stressing the issue.

Clan Names
  • Wings
  • Talons
  • Beak
  • Eye

Public Agenda

To take down the Lightningsong and return to their former glory.


Their clan hall is a relic, but a well built one. Boasting dormitories big enough to house double its current members, and a full kitchen and bar, the Aerie is a guild hall to be proud of.

Leader Erasmios

Guild, Fighter / Mercenary
Alternative names

Eagles, Aerie




Bowing and Scraping

After the rise of the Lightningsong, the Eagles fell in the eyes of The Triumvirate. They now see them as the discount option and only hire them when it's not terribly important. The Eagles, however, have taken to being subservient to the Triumvirate's agents in a desperate attempt to gain favor. This has not helped morale.

Emnity and rivalry on one side, indifference on the other

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Z - Guilds in Z - Industrial
Creation Date
13 Feb, 2018
Last Update
3 May, 2018


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