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Draft Table of Content

Posted by Battlefield Press, Inc. (Creator)
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This is just a draft of the Table of Contents. It may not be the final, but I am sure its going to look pretty close to this. 

Table of Contents

Forward by Terry Mancour

Chapter One: Callidore

  • The Magocracy
  • The Invasion of the Barbarians
  • The Five Duchies
  • Alshar
  • Castel
  • Remere
  • Merwyn
  • Vore
  • The Farisian Campaign Sidebar
  • The Girvani Invasion

Chapter Two: Character Creation

  • Classes
  • Wizard Arcane Traditions
  • Irionite Sidebar

Chapter Three: Gods of Callidore

  • Avona
  • Avital
  • Bova
  • Briga
  • Duin
  • Heris
  • Huin
  • Ishi
  • Ovartas
  • Trygg
  • Yrentia

Chapter Four: Equipment and Finances

Chapter Five: Spells and Spellcraft

  • The Censorite Sidebar

Chapter Six: Notable Persons

  • Minalin
  • Sir Cei
  • Tyndal
  • Rondal

Chapter Seven: Bestiary of Callidore

Keep in mind that this is just a rough outline of what we want to include in the text of the book. Depending on how far we take the timeline through the novels in the core book, we will probably include a bunch of stuff on "The Family," a spy/assassination ring. They are a bugger for sure. :D 

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    1. Battlefield Press, Inc. 27-time creator on

      We are only covering at most through the second book for timeline purposes, but we are going to be including material from later books for various sections, including spells and spellcraft. This is the most likely place this kind of thing would go.

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      Maximilan Sharpe on

      Sorry if I missed this anywhere but is there anything about location effects or the many different magical components used in enchanting? Say how magic operates near a molopor or how a mage could use blood coral to bind an item to his family.....