Barbarians of Lemuria seemed the right system power my mad desires for a sword & sorcery style MesoAmerican-themed setting, and true to form it’s been dead simple to write for. Below are the posts relating to this land, called Tlactoztlan by its natives. Enjoy!
General Tlactoztlan Information
- Acaxochitl – A brave warrior maiden
- Yayauhqui – A thoughtful priest of the rain god
- Huetzin the Hermit – A bizarre old sorcerer
- Chalchiquahchimal – A power-mad general
- Tlilpotonqui – An amoral priest of the death god
- Nezatl Xomec – An ancient sorcerer who serves dark masters
- Coztli – The warriors of Tlactoztlan
- Texotli – The priests of Tlactoztlan
- Izatacli – The sorcerers of Tlactoztlan
- Eagle Knights and Jaguar Warriors – Special societies of accomplished warriors
- Cuachicqueh, The Shorn Ones – The ultimate Tlactozotl warriors
- Bats! – from swarms to giant vampire bats to bats so big you can ride ’em
- Giant Centipedes! – nasty, poisonous things
- Crocs! – normal and giant crocodiles, my what big teeth you have
- Giant Frogs! – vicious swamp-dwelling predators
- Jaguars! – the deadliest cat on the block
- Man-Eating Plants! – Feed me, Seymour!
- Quetzalcoatl! – the feathered serpents of legend
- Giant Snakes! – it had to be snakes
- Giant Spiders! – eeeek!
- Zombies! – but they serve… the gods?
If you should happen to use any of the above in your own games, please consider letting me know how they play out. That’s what the comments below are for, after all.