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East Continent | Atamara (sunk) | South Island | South-East Island (sunk) | South-West Island (sunk) | Beluaterra | Colonies | Far East (sunk) | Dwilight

Dwilight (a.k.a. West Continent) is the first complete BattleMaster world map created by the player community. It is also the first (and currently only) Serious Medieval Atmosphere game world.

OOC Note: This island is a testing island (as is Beluaterra), so expect to see bugs as new features are tested and improved.


A short summary of important events in Dwilight's history that significantly affected a major realm or the continent. Neutrality is generally strove for. In time, older summaries are archived, and only the more current accounts are kept on this page.

Valkyrja Goes Rogue!

In the late Spring of 14 YD, the greatest siege ever fought on Dwilight to date caused the capital city of Averoth to revolt. The siege was launched by a coalition known as the Brotherhood of Astroacracies, comprising the Morek Empire, Astrum, Corsanctum and with the Libero Empire and Summerdale. Averoth is a member of the League of Free Nations, which includes Caerwyn and Madina.

Storms Keep Conquered!

In the Spring of 13 YD, after four long years of warfare, the Saxon stronghold of Storms Keep was conquered by Summerdalians, destroying the realm of Thulsoma. The war began in the Winter of 10 YD between the Libero Empire and Thulsoma then grew to include alliances of Thulsoma and Averoth versus the Libero Empire, the Morek Empire, Astrum, Corsanctum, and finally Summerdale.

Older Histories...


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Active Religions Lost Religions

Major Cultural and Geographical Features

Formal Cultures of Dwilight

Formal Geography of Dwilight


High Toprak

Toprak Minor




See Also