Divine Intervention is a medieval fantasy and magic story. dictated by Adamtheimpaler, written by Adam Hinxman, with excerpts from the Journal of Tome of Awe.
Divine Intervention: Hoarfrost will be the first installment of the Divine Intervention series.
The land of Awe had been, for as long as oral history existed, in a state of constant war and unleavity. The the Sky God, god of chaos, ruled unbeknownst and unworshipped as the patrons tore at themselves in an ever changing arena of territories. The Sky God remained glorified in the this eternal struggle much to their own self indulgence. And it was in this unruling nature, that a sect had come upon to worship the Sky God and unwittingly facilitated the Sky God’s demise.
In the millennia leading up to the Pact of Awe, the peoples of the continent of Awe began to consolidate into tribes with a common, singular ideology and god. These peoples, while in-fighting had not cease, would come together to fight off the outside indifferences. Six nations, with loosely based allegiances, would form from these commonalities. They would each come to understand the worship of the six gods that ruled their world.
With the Pact of Awe, an extensive treaty that spanned many generations of councils, the Six nations came together and formed a peace treaty. Cultures prospered and the borders of the nations came to standstill.
Now fourteen hundred years After Pact, the God Fjatt appears to the people of the Hoarfrost nation. Displeased and angered by the lack of territory gained, Fjatt commands his people to come together, raise arms, and conquer the other five nations.
Now with the discovery of the Tome of Awe's journal of his expedition, explore the World of Awe and the cultures of the six nations in this historical retelling of actual events. Adamtheimpaler and Adam Hinxman piece together Tome of Awe's drawings, translations, and findings into a cohesive story that explores the people, customs, and daily life of the inhabitants of the World of Awe. Experience the rituals of harvesting the explosive Hoarfrost Trees, the process of making the fabled Fever Bread, and annual migration to the capital city, Hoarfrost.
Divine Intervention: Hoarfrost follows the people of the Hoarfrost Nation as they come together for the Annual Fijatt Festival, in the year 1440 A.P., that will ultimately conclude with the arrival of Fjatt and the beginning of the end of the World of Awe.
“-And it was with this, that I knew I must begin a complete and extensive journal of my findings. It is my fear, that in the finalization of my survey and cartography, King Haerous will begin a mass settlement and urbanization that will ultimately lead to the destruction of this majestic land. The continent is far from the uninhabited world that was imagined. I must figure out a way to delay the King while I decipher the mysteries of this land that I have dubbed Awe.”
Excerpt from the journal of
Tome of Awe
Day 19 of Expedition, 1844