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Yavmir Bestiary: Bukavac

The Yavmir Bestiary is an ongoing project, where Michael and Radiostorm brainstorm ideas for a slavic-themed fantasy setting. More information can be found at the WoR Wiki. During the Sundering that ended the Radiant Age of man, the flowing waterways of Yavmir were tossed into disarray. Many rivers, ponds, and lakes became isolated from each other, creating stagnant basins of fetid water. These...

Yavmir Bestiary: Simargl

The Yavmir Bestiary is an ongoing project, where Michael and Radiostorm brainstorm ideas for a slavic-themed fantasy setting. More information can be found at the WoR Wiki. A spring eidolon; favoured as guardians by the gods of the spring triumvirate. Simargl are large, winged monsters often mistaken as Zmey (dragons) but closer in appearance to a winged dog. Standing upwards of fifteen feet...

Yavmir Bestiary: Likho

The Yavmir Bestiary is an ongoing project, where Michael and Radiostorm brainstorm ideas for a slavic-themed fantasy setting. More information can be found at the WoR Wiki. Some of the evils of Yavmir are brought to life through magic while are others borne from the land itself. The mysterious spirits known as Likho come into being in a different manner; forged from the fears and negative...

Yavmir Bestiary: Firebird

The Yavmir Bestiary is an ongoing project, where Michael and Radiostorm brainstorm ideas for a slavic-themed fantasy setting. More information can be found at the WoR Wiki. The Zhar Ptitsa – more commonly known as Firebirds – are avian summer eidolons. Resembling large peacocks, these creatures are adorned with majestic plumage that glows with the hues of a burning campfire. Despite...

Yavmir Bestiary: Kreutzet

The Yavmir Bestiary is an ongoing project, where Michael and Radiostorm brainstorm ideas for a slavic-themed fantasy setting. More information can be found at the WoR Wiki. Kreutzets are immense eagles that were once bound and used as mounts during the Radiant Age. Impressive wingspans, beautiful markings, and unshakeable morales made these beasts popular symbols for warriors and adventurers...