Hanan Pacha is flat world, conical on the bottom, hovering above an open sea, like a massive, floating island. Being saucer-shaped, the land is ringed and divided by mountain ranges and volcanic peaks. Rumor has it that nothing can fly, dig or walk past the mountains that circle the top of the world. The air up there is very thin and the atmosphere is very cold. Beneath the flat world is the conical bottom, little is known about the world of the open sea.
Evil runs amok in the catacombs of the lower half of the conical base. All manner of airborne fiends fly in and out of the caverns. They are mingling and conniving with pirates that inhabit a large flotilla of vessels that gather in the sea below. The ships are docked with massive barges, lashed together to create a floating city of debauchery. Ruled by the pirate lords, this community's sole purpose is to overthrow those that hold the lush, coveted lands above. Numerous demonic gates have also been established within the floating black city and in the lower levels of the cone-base above. The ancient order of dragon and roc riding knights (known as the Pearl Lance Order), protects the world above. Their resources are stretched to the limit defying the evil that seeks to invade and overthrow them from below. They have only the power to maintain balance for now. A larger force of griffon riders provides close support for them and other types of military. The age is ripe for this time of heroes!
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Gate Connections in Hanan Pacha This free download shows a chart of the gate connections to each and within the adventures: The Spire of the Raven God; The Lair of the Demon Princess; The Dead of Winter; The Labyrinth of the Lost; Beyond the Black Door; Into the Gates of Hell and The Inn of Limbus. This handy chart allows for quick reference in the Hanan Pacha campaign design.... [click here for more]