Buy Five Nations (Eberron Campaign: Dungeons & Dragons) by Bill Slavicsek ( ISBN: ) Book 4 of 15 in the Eberron (D&D manuals) Series . The humans of the Five Nations are ethnically diverse. It’s hard to map Eberron’s fashions to Earth’s history because it’s not Earth. . One of the common tropes of many classic D&D settings is dragonhide armor, for example. Although it is the most powerful of the Five Nations emerging from the Last War, it is also the most interested in maintaining peace; King.
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Your email address will not be published. So yes, they are a grab bag of all possible looks you can imagine. Queen Aurala is a suspicious ruler, and as such operates the most extensive espionage system employed by any of the governments of Khorvaire, the Royal Eyes of Aundair.
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There are few people in Thrane who follow any other faith than the Silver Flame, but those who do and do it openly can expect to be met with suspicion and hostility. They find that people who cover their ears are trying to hide something or deceive you. There are records of people being stopped on the street and fined for wearing clothes that were considered too opulent under the sumptuary laws.
Religious Aundairians are keen on clothing which displays their piety, including clothing which depicts scenes from mythology, edging designed to resemble silver flames and outfits which resemble depictions of their dieties.
I enjoyed your write ups, Keith! The dwarves have built impenetrable forts here. My home games have leaned hard into natiins vaguely Victorian through Jazz Age look, with the idea that the Last War is a close enough WW1 analogue and the lightning rail, airship, and Sivis networks fill the same roll as trains, planes, and telegraphs respectively, so that other aspects of the world should conform to feel familiar.
The principalities consist of a number of islands. Most of the land is taken up by naations, out of which most druids operate.
Fashion police were a thing during the Renaissance. I think it could be interesting if the same were true of glamourweave in certain parts of the five nations, though the purpose of such laws might vary. The gnomes have lived here for thousands of years, managing to keep their independence through diplomacy.
The styles would generally signify the status and personality of the wearer, and most clothing beyond the most strange of haute-couture would be a lot more practical. One, the Carrion Tribes, are the bloodthirsty, primitive, demon-worshiping Human tribes that wander the plains beyond the Labyrinth.
natlons Interesting take on it! Thrane is a fundamentalist theocracy and the real power resides with the Church of the Silver Flame.
I could see this making fivs accessories, bandanas, circlets and other head ornaments that do not cover or hide the ears popular among City goblins.
Humanity came to Khorvaire in multiple waves of explorers, settlers and refugees and the Five Nations were built from this stew.
Eberron Dragonshards are found in the Shadow Marches.
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House Medani and one of the three branches of House Cannith maintain their headquarters within Sharn, while House Phiarlan operates from Wroat. Cyrans went in for religious jewellery and personalised accessories, which you can now find at pawn shops all over the continent. Great article as always!
And haute-couture in Eberron would be as unusual and surreal as that of modern day Earth, possibly taking inspiration from ancient and foreign cultures. And rubber balls for middle-class children to play with, for that matter.
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As the largest and most populous nation 3. Dark Alliance Baldur’s Gate: The Kech seek the rebuilding of the ancient Dhakaani empire, and are guardians of lore and techniques of the fallen kingdom, often seeking out ancient artifacts and stories of the past. As Karrnathis enjoy practical designs, most of their religious displays are second to the functionality of their clothes. Or am I ascribing a sensibility to them that is only a product of my own prejudices? Say after a major cache of Xendrik relics ends up in Sharn that Breland goes through a Sulatar inspired craze maybe spreading maybe not?
Other groups within the country have clamored for the complete elimination of the monarchy and the establishment of an entirely elected government.
Later in the night the bright colors came out as remembrance of things lost turned to futures won. My party recently traveled to Aundair, their first step into civilization, and I stressed the fashion and the utility of magic, tavern signs with continual light and faerie fire to glow in unusual colors even at night, glamerweave outfits that mimic the morning sky and billowing flowers… Magnificent things that made the outlanders feel even more outlandish.
I generally choose to emphasise to my players that clothes are more modern in Eberron than traditional Fantasy. It appears that Mournland is literally an open grave, where the bodies of deceased soldiers refuse to decay. The village has expanded to a population size of about One of the remarks above about trollhide boots got me thinking.
Her ruffles and hairstyle reflect the latest trends in Fairhaven fashion; while her dress appears constricting, the fabric is surprisingly flexible. The Genie’s Curse Birthright: I like those little flairs to random treasure drops. This subdued nature goes out the window during festivals though, with people bringing out their d& and the streets being awash with silver and white clothing and silver jewellry.
Their arcane implements are simply knitting needles and crochet hooks. The country was founded, far from everything, to maintain the ideals of King Galifar I, and consists of a few cities and small villages spread throughout the jungle.