#saevenia

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  • saevenia 3w

    Saevenia Facts

    Most of the lands on Saevenia are still shrouded in mystery
    ©saevenia

  • saevenia 6w

    Saevenia Facts

    The huge and mysterious alien planet Tayaceena, explored by Aishro Scouts in USY 8,600, is based on Pandora from the movie Avatar.
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  • saevenia 6w

    Saevenia Facts

    The tribal people of inhospitable Fyreayn are almost pure Khetsah, the original inhabitants of Saevenia. They believe themselves to see things the most clearly out of all the races.
    ©saevenia

  • saevenia 8w

    Art owned by me! As part of my game Saevenia, I'm also writing a series of in-game books to help people understand the world if they want to know more! This one is from the book 'Saevenia and its Many Continents, Book 1' by Elathane Jerronaya.
    Fun fact: the background art is a scene from the game!

    #fantasy #poem #author #saevenia

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    Uiren

    Uiren is the second largest continent on Saevenia, also known as the Land of the Aishro. It is east of only the trench, where Saevenia splits to transform. The Most High dwelt in Uiren when he walked Saevenia as the mortal Herroshua. The Aishro are a fearsome order of warriors, tasked with protecting Saevenia and carrying out the will of The Most High. Uiren's people are religious, magical, and disciplined. Uiren used to be part of the Fair West. The Aishro work with the Sah, or elves, of the Fair West when it comes to the higher workings of the Saevenia; including preparing an Aufairene.
    - Elathane Jerronaya
    ©saevenia, s.m.heinis

  • saevenia 8w

    In game description of Rose Scones, something I've invented! #fantasy #story #game #saevenia

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    Rose Scones

    "It's said to originate from the fine Fair West. They use different fruits, most commonly berries, apricots and such. They also include chocolate, which is prepared separately, the outside is hard and the inside is soft and sort of liquidy. It bakes together nicely with the fruits, then imbued with sweet wines, normally grape, berry or apple, throw in a bit of salted caramel or something and there you have it!”
    Narora raised one eyebrow.
    “Simple, hey? Give me that.” he swiped it out of my hand.
    “Hey!” I complained.
    “Scones with wine, that damned ale, we’ll all be drunk by mid-morning.”

  • saevenia 8w

    Hello! On this account I'll be posting things related to the fantasy game Saevenia! All work on Saevenia is created and owned by writer Simone Michelle Heinis 🤍

    #fantasy #saevenia #song #poem

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    The Tungsten Crocodile

    What brings a sailor to his knees?
    Strikes fear in men throughout the seas?
    Tungsten, Tungsten
    You hear it's name on Southern's gale
    The beasts they bite to no avail
    Tungsten.... Tungsten...
    What's that, what's more, you've heard before
    No matter where, on land or shore
    Tungsten, Oh, Tungsten
    We know you fight, we hear you groan
    But Veralin will always own
    The big, the might, the tough, the vile
    The Tungsten Crocodile!
    ©saevenia

  • simoneheinis 15w

    Zherrain the Assassin

    "Not many people go to The Deep and live. But Zherrain did. He was born there. His twin died, father disappeared for reasons unknown, and his mother took her own life. Zherrain is a survivor. Aimless as he may be, but he's alive."

    - a quote from Saevenia

    ©simoneheinis

  • simoneheinis 15w

    Ciara the Aurfairene

    Saevenia, the enigmatic moon of a giant ringed planet called Tayaceena, holds a unique position in the universe it resides in. For Saevenia to move around the galaxies, the heart of an Aurfairene is needed for it to take flight. But since the coming of the next Aurfairene is pushed forwards by a thousand years by mysterious forces, things start to go wrong.
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  • simoneheinis 15w

    Zherrain

    "I watched the sun turn a deep orange as it prepared to set into the crystal waters of the Obsidian. Tayaceena, the massive ringed planet we orbited, painted a stunning vista along with other moons and distant planets. Bright stars were beginning to accompany them, and soon they’ll be numberless in the sky...I shuddered at the thought of going to Veralin. I promised Varmose, the man who raised me, that I’d never go there or return to The Deep. I imagined his scarred face and bright eyes gazing sadly into mine, as if he’d find the reason I’d make such a callous move against my own life. After knowing all he’d sacrificed just so I could live." - Zherrain
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  • simoneheinis 15w

    All of a sudden, the lid of the barrel was removed and a shock of light blinded her. A strong arm grabbed a hold of her, and pulled her out of the barrel. She remained silent as she was dragged up some stairs and across the main deck. It was sometime in the evening, and Ciara didn’t know how many days she’d been gone for. The thug threw her down on the hard, wooden deck, in front of a small group of men. She looked up at them. One of them was dressed in official garb and looked to be a man of importance. He stared down at Ciara coldly, the fading sunlight catching in his pale eyes.
    “The merchant Girian’s child.” the thug who collected her grunted at the men.
    “Thank you. Your payment will be waiting for you back in Little Oakdale, talk to Jarren.”
    “Jarren don’t work fer the docks anymore, Hond. He’s been hired by another company, probably sailin’ out as we speakin’.”
    “Is that so?” The man called Hond inspected a sharp, gleaming dagger that he had pulled from the scabbard around his waist, making Ciara wince. One of the other men leaned forward and spoke to Hond in a hushed voice. Hond’s icy eyes darted to Ciara, then back to the thug.
    He straightened up. “If Jarren spills his guts to anyone, I’ll have his spilled in the torture chambers down in Marafeeq. Don’t hire anyone else from the Redalacs. I never did trust those furry, traitorous assholes. For now, tell your leader to liaise with Ait. At least he can be trusted. That’s all.”
    The thug looked down at Ciara, who glared back at him. Hond clicked his fingers loudly to get his attention. “Go.” he mounted silently, and the man turned around and lumbered off, dragging his feet as he went.
    Ciara turned her head around slowly as the attention fell on her. Hond smiled wickedly.
    “What a beautiful child, and just look at those wonderful eyes, how exquisite. Do you know where you are, little dove? I don’t know if your papa ever told you about the true dangers that lie in all corners of Saevenia, but let’s just say that this is no place for a little girl. We’re taking you to an underground tunnel, far north of the island. But you don’t need to know the logistics of the situation, truly enough. I’m only going to tell you two things. One of them is that you’ll never be seeing your family again.”
    Cathal’s face flashed into Ciara’s mind and a pang of sadness gripped her heart. She felt fresh tears form in her eyes. Despite her best efforts to quell them, they fell silently down her face as she bowed her head.
    “The second thing,” Hond continued. “Is that if you somehow manage to escape us, you’ll die here. If we don’t find you, something much worse undoubtedly will. A few of the most dangerous men I’ve ever dealt with met their bloody end here, so what hope do you have?”
    He turned away from her and addressed his company. Take her to the shore, give her some food and lock her up in one of the carts. Don’t let her out of your sight. We’ll need to be on the road by sunset if we are to get to the refuge before dark. Travelling at night is not encouraged here, it doesn't matter who or what you are. You may be new recruits, but your final test lies with me. If you fail, your miserable life isn’t the only thing at stake. The people who are permitted to handle the child are Vermuda and Nesaan, no one else.”
    The men looked around them, shuffling their feet.
    “If anyone else touches her,” he lifted his blade and ran it threateningly across his neck. “Are we clear?”
    Some of the men murmured in agreement.
    “I said, are we clear?!” he said darkly.
    “Yes boss!”
    “Good, now get to work.”
    “Wait!” Ciara cried out breathlessly. “Who are you? Why did you take me away from my family, we ain’t hurt nobody!”
    Hond turned around and glared at her. “Nesaan.” he growled, and motioned with his head towards Ciara. A man she didn’t see before approached her at an inhuman speed, and ruthlessly back-handed her across the face. Ciara cried out. The force of it sent her sprawling, and nearly knocked her out.
    She saw stars, and the world around Ciara spun sickeningly. She looked up in shock, a trickle of bright red blood beginning to trail down from the corner of her mouth. She wiped it away with the back of her hand, and glowered at Hond and her hooded assailant. She realised that Nesaan was no human, but something else. Her father referred to his kind as 'reptilians'. He told her to stay away from them as they were unsavoury characters; aliens from Tayaceena. Her mother would then tell her otherwise, saying that her father can be a paranoid, racist fool at times. She didn’t know who was right.
    “Did that hurt, little dove?” Hond cooed at her. Ciara noticed the blood filling her mouth. Her teeth must’ve cut into her lip quite badly. She spat it out of her mouth in response, and glared at them in defiance. Nesaan’s brow raised slightly - a tiny movement, but she didn’t miss it.
    “Tough one, hey? What a spirited girl. You might have met your match with this one, Nesaan.”
    Nesaan crossed his arms and smirked as he looked over at Hond.
    “You don’t speak unless spoken to, my sweet fawn. Let that be a lesson to you. We need to keep you alive sure, but beaten within an inch of your life is beyond acceptable, believe me. Vermuda, take her ashore, there’s much we need to attend to.”
    A monstrous, burly woman approached Ciara, and with one hand, roughly lifted her up off the ground. Her thumb and index finger wrapped almost entirely around the girl’s slim neck, and her other three fingers went under her arm. Ciara grunted and struggled against her, and the giant woman lifted her far above her head, from where she could see the ocean waters beyond the boat, then brought her less than an inch away from her face.
    “Don’t.” she growled through gritted teeth, her noxious breath making Ciara’s stomach turn. Ciara winced and nodded. The woman walked towards the boarding plank, dragging Ciara carelessly along the floor behind her as the girl kicked and tried her best to gain her footing.

    #art #game #saevenia #simoneheinis #fantasy

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    Saevenia: The Road to Tomorrow

    Hey guys! It's been a while ! Do you remember the story I wrote about 40 weeks ago, named 'The Cold Night'?
    Well, I'm actually working on a game set in that universe, and that's what I've been working on all this time! Since I wrote that story for this platform, I'll be posting parts of the story here every now and then. Enjoy!
    Warning: Mild themes and coarse language.

    Art belongs to me @simoneheinis 😄
    ©simoneheinis

  • simonemichelle 20w

    Quotes in Saevenia! Didn't know Narora was so poetic! #quote #game #saevenia #fantasy

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    Existentialism

    "I want tangibile proof that there is a God." - Zherrain.

    "You want proof that God exists? You want tangibile evidence? Something you can touch? Go ahead and touch yourself. Feel the beating heart in your chest. The tears when you cry. The emotion in someone's eyes, how you know what they're feeling just by looking into them. The kindness you feel in your heart for animals. That is God in of itself." - Narora, Saevenia.
    ©simonemichelle