In the realm of Wallachia, stretching all the way into the dense, secular forests of the north, they tell stories about a formidable presence known as the Faceless Ones.
When the great Fire-Knights arrived on these lands, borne from realms of midnight and sunrise, they chose this mountain as their home. Amidst the myriad domains they traversed, the Hollow Mountain towered supreme.
An old curse haunted the Transylvanian lands for many years. It’s not a physical malady, but rather one of the soul, or more precisely, its absence.
Codru is the main character of ‘Hailbringer: A Romanian Folktale’. Born in a small Wallachian village in 1430, his life as a sword-for-hire has made him a loner, known for his arrogance and short temper.
Once upon a time, in a faraway land, there was a young girl. She was the apple of her parents’ eyes. She was hardworking, free, and full of life; she was beautiful and innocent. One day, a terrible sickness plagued the land, and the young girl’s parents fell very ill.