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Tower Mine

Wildergorn posters are printed on high quality 180 gsm acid-free cartridge paper and can be coloured with felt-tip pens, bottled inks and brushes, watercolours or medium of your choice.  We recommend Stabilo 68 pens for their fabulous range of colours and extremely high-quality, long-lasting ink.

Tower Mine
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At the source of the River Torr, beneath the Creeg mountains in the north west of Wildergorn, the land is riven with great fissures of many shapes and sizes. Some echo with the thunder of plunging water and the rushing of dark rivers, some are empty and silent; some are swept by draughts of freezing air, while others swelter in clouds of steaming heat; some are narrow and shallow and some are so vast that their black depths forever remain unplumbed. This land of unnatural chasms, wrought by subterranean upheavals long before the flicker of life appeared in Wildergorn, is named The Skray and is now inhabited by the Sarads and the Tower Miners. The Tower Miners have constructed tall towers, around which a lacework of aquaducts and barrow-bridges give them access at all levels to the mines that are hewn into the rock faces of the giant canyons. In these mines the Tower Miners search for and excavate the strange underground fruit called Pellin or Moonfruit, known and valued throughout Wildergorn for its magically potent power to heal and cure all manner of wounds and sickness.

The Pellin is distributed far and wide by water, land and air. The nomad Arns, in their trundling landcraft, trade the Pellin to Sool on the Potters Road and to Roon and Teel in the East of Wildergorn, while the boatmen of Yennat ply the river Torr, carrying the hard shelled bitter-sweet fruit to Watergorn, Strake and the South. For the far-flung isolated villages of Wildergorn - hard to reach either by road or river - the Sarads who live near the Tower Mines on the Skray, work in their windmills to grind and prepare the Pellin into liquid essence, which is then bottled and flown by the dragon-riders of Krag to those remote places.

The Tower Miners, who had once been fierce and warlike cave-dwellers together with the gentle Sarads of Skray, work proudly and peacefully together, fairly rewarded for their supply of Pellin and essence by gifts of food and wine, cloth and metal, from the grateful people of Wildergorn.

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