Jinx (Blackwood) Setting

Sage Blackwood
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Urwald

The Urwald is a dense forest filled with magical creatures, from trolls to werewolves to vampires. The Urwald contains multiple clearings where the people make their homes. It also has a path that runs throughout it. The trees entered into a truce with the people promising that as long as they remain on the path and do not hurt the trees that no harm will come to them. However, when someone leaves the path, they are open to attack by the Urwald’s many creatures. Jinx has a connection to the Urwald that allows him to draw magic from it. This connection also allows Jinx to hear the trees of the Urwald talk, but he has not yet learned how to make the trees hear him.

Samara

Samara is a desert city where Sophie lives. In Samara, magic is illegal, but the people continue to study magic in...

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