The Far Place: Life in Landscape

“I have come from learning, vision and verse in Wintertop”.

Come the HurricaneAn oldie but a goldie, here in it’s new home is the early Far Place Essay, Life In Landscape – aka ‘Flora and Fauna of the Far Place’. An exploration of the environment of Far Place and Northern Sartar, the essay deals with flora and fauna, farming, hunting, herding, food and drink and economic exploitation and trade in a systematic but always game- and campaign- friendly way. It was this systematic approach, exploring daily life in a realistic environment, that came to full fruit in Thunder Rebels.

Jump to Life In Landscape: Being, visions of the Far Place, the gors and the gallt, with notes various on flora and fauna, hunting, herding, agriculture, food and matters diverse.

About nysalor

By day, John Hughes is a social sciences editor and e-publisher at the Australian National University. By night he is a roleplaying author, 3D artist, and cognitive anarchist. His digital homepage is

Posted on July 4, 2011, in Far Place, Glorantha, Uncategorized and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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