Seven Secrets of the Seven Cities

Baur, Wolfgang
April 2011
Kobold Quarterly;Spring2011, Issue 17, p72
The article offers information on the secrets of the seven cities under Emperor Valera. It states that the scarlet dye of Friula is more than gold to those who worship Mavros, god of war, wherein his cloaks serve as a uniform among the Valerian legions' officers. Moreover, it notes that the Seven Cities comprises various mercenary styles and races.


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