Welcome to Tales of Alagain! We are a literate original Medieval fantasy RPG. Our board boasts a detailed, expansive original world, original and classic fantasy races, its own government system and religion, and even a player-to-player run marketplace with a money system. Characters can do almost anything, from adventuring to shopkeeping to farming and more! The only limit is your imagination. Please stay for a while, say hello, stop to chat and maybe even sign up and start roleplaying with us!

{August/September 2014}

August 1stToA enters it's 7th in-game year!

December 20th New skin!!

December 1st Happy new year, ToA! Welcome to our 6th year of in-gameplay!

Spring, Y V: The Kingdom of Goldbridge's 250th Anniversary Celebration has begun. Travelers and residents alike are welcome to partake in the festivities here.

Mid Winter, Y IV: The Kingdom of Goldbridge has begun preparations for the big celebration of the Kingdom's 250th Anniversary to take place this upcoming Spring. Vendors and performers of all kinds are moving into the city for the season as the weeks to the festival dwindle.

Mid Autumn, Y IV: The roads to Matahari Sepanjang Desert, Aketa Tochi Bay, and to outside of Alagain have been reported to be clear so far of bandits or of any danger. Travel and trade along these routes are said to be good with relative few obstacles.


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City of Glanbek - Entrance
The City of Glanbek, often shortened to just Glanbek, which means "Lost Pass" or "Lost Ford" in Dwarven, is where the dwarves live. From the outside, the Nalgirn Mountains look like any other ordinary mountain range, but beneath these stone giants, the dwarves have chiseled out a breathtaking city bustling with activity and life. While gracious and polite to visitors, the inhabitants of Glanbek are suspicious of outsiders and monitor their every movement inside their city closely. They are very protective of their home and will not hesitate to destroy any threat made to it.
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Glanbek - Royal Quarter
The Royal Quarter of Glanbek is where the noble and warrior castes reside. It's also where King Caelic's palace is. This area of Glanbek is built above the Commons and boasts the most beautiful dwarven architecture. Almost everything is carved out of solid, gleaming granite and marble. This is where all of Glanbek's historical records are kept as well. Although the merchant caste doesn't normally have a reason to be in the Royal Quarter, commoners are free to visit after being cleared by a guard and some commoners may even live in the Royal Quarter as servants to the noble caste.

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King Caelic's Palace
The Nobles' Housing
The Warriors' Housing
Glanbek Athenaeum
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Glanbek - The Commons
Situated a level underneath the Royal Quarter of Glanbek, the Commons is home to the merchant caste of the mighty dwarven city. This area is by far the liveliest part of Glanbek, with people bustling to and fro almost all hours of the day and night. Most of the inhabitants here are small business owners and anyone who's anyone in Alagain knows that the Glanbek Commons is the place to go for the finest dwarven weaponry, armour and of course, ale. If it's glory and riches you seek, try your hand at battling Glanbek's best dwarven warriors in the Champion's Arena, where daily fights are held and even the nobles (including King Caelic himself!) can be found cheering on their favourite fighters.

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The Market
The Commoners' Housing
The Champion's Arena
Glanbek Tavern
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Glanbek - The Dregs
The dirty, dug out ruins underneath the Commons doesn't have an official name, but it's known throughout Glanbek as simply "The Dregs." This is where the casteless live, in putrid, unsanitary, run-down hovels. The casteless fight amongst themselves for survival here and the rest of Glanbek turns a blind eye to the suffering going on beneath their feet, believing that the casteless deserve to be where they are. Crime, disease and starvation run rampant here and there is constant gang war in the streets. Visitors to Glanbek rarely see the Dregs as the other dwarves hide it from them and pretend it doesn't exist.

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The Slums
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