In a time before time...
There was an island in the middle of a never-ending sea. On this island were a peaceful people called the Agori. For thousands of generations they had lived upon this lonely island, threatened by none but the few predatory rahi that inhabit the island.
But that is about to change. A cold has arrived on the island, seeking to destroy their way of life. Challenge after challenge shall affect the Agori of the island. If they survive these challenges is what you shall discover.
Welcome, everyone to The Island RPG, where you shall play as an Agori villager of The Island! I hope you all greatly enjoy playing the game and I'll see you guys in the RPG!
On the island of Botana there are five villages. Here's a list of the villages, descriptions of them, their locations, and their populations:
Terengua Village, located on the northern coastline. The Villagers here are friendly amongst themselves, but are notoriously closemouthed to strangers. They mainly fish and provide food and the rich pearls of the Hanama Oyster, found rarely and by few but the best fishermen.
Van'shu Village, located beneath the Northern Mountain range. Those who live in Van'shu village often hunt as an occupation, bringing food and pelts to sell at the Monthly Market held in Ha'Shuan village.
Helgran Village, located on the Eastern plains. The inhabitants here often make a living by training expert warriors and hiring them out to villages who require protection from wild Rahi, such as Van'Shu village, which is often plagued by Ashnarka Cats (More information later).
Ha'shuan Village, located at the center of The Island and is the largest village. The Agori who live here are often quite wealthy and influential, and often run large plantations. They are often loud, arrogant, and cultured.
Kakhan Village, located within the Nightmare Woods. The Agori here are often quiet and mysterious, which suits their life style of hunting the strange monsters which lurk here and selling whatever is valuable at Ha'Shuan village.
There are also those who merely wander the roads, and there are several independent farms scattered across the island. There are also a rather large amount of highwaymen, primarily due to the lack of any authorities outside the main villages.