Dawn of the Emperors: Thyatis and Alphatia by Aaron AllstonThe final Gazetteer crams in a wider area and scope than the rest combined - detailing the two greatest empires in the land, the distinctly Roman Thyatis and the bizarre wizardland of Alphatia. Both are about as flavorful and fun as anything Ive come to expect from the setting. I look forward to dumping my player characters in here.
On the whole, Id rate Mystara pretty high among my favourite settings. Despite being a little bit of a kitchen sink - with a fair few areas standing out, that it could have shifted farther away geographically - and a certain degree of black and white morality, the land is rich with adventure, rife with intrigue, filled with interesting places and scenery and likeable characters. This whole set would be worth reading for mostly anyone looking to run a good game.
Dawn of The Emperors Thyatis Alphatia Gazetteer D&d TSR Dungeons Dragons 1037
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I have a few of these gazetteers and played in this world. I absolutely loved them.
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An empire run with military precision. An empire wherin fighting prowess is the most highly prized talent of all, and gladiatorial skill can lead to governmental status. An empire not so much run as allowed to exist by its aristocracy. An empire wherein magic use is the only talent that counts for anything, and lack of it can lead to a life of slavery. It was published in July Origins I : Squaring the Known World. X1: "The Isle of Dread" introduced the Known World with a map that depicted lands from Glantri in the northwest to Ostland in the northeast, from Thyatis in the southeast to the Atruaghin clans in the southwest.