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Even in its early days, Althas has been a land shaken by conflicts. In the early days, these conflicts pitted the Anointed Kingdoms of Men against the dark and demonic forces that threatened them. However, with the passage of time the world has changed. With the Anointed order eroding away and new powers rising, another war looms on the horizon, a war brought on by Man's own actions. Thenodar, a burgeoning new kingdom in the North, and Anorthile, one of the last of the three remaining Anointed Kingdoms, now prepare for a war that will shake all of Althas. Old demons and new enemies gather in the shadows of both lands as each sets their sights on the ruined wilderness known as the Feralands.

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Report RSS Bordrima Mood Piece - Concept Art (view original)
Bordrima Mood Piece - Concept Art
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Mirsh
Mirsh

Very nice, but who are those robed guys to the lower left? The look like priests, but then there are the great helmets. It confuses me.^^

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Nuvendil Creator
Nuvendil

Ah, this was a mood sketch so don't read too much into that. He was more going for the feel of the town than any detail.

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PaulyG Creator
PaulyG

Medieval knights wore cloaks over their armor, called a surcoat. It enabled knights to ride comfortably without taking off their armor. It also helped to keep mud and water away from the armor to minimize rusting. It was popularized during the crusades when knights wore surcoats that were white to deflected the rays of the sun. Thanks for your interest!

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