Make way for Coro and Karo

Hundreds of years ago existed the Oresong, a people so rooted in mysticism and machines that even the gods watched them with great curiosity. It was said that Miagnos, the God of Nature, created them from the many bells that hung from his antlers. Every Oresong was given their own bell, and each bell chimed a unique song for the span of their life. When an Oresong died, their song fades into the next life, and the bell returns to Miagnos.



Miagnos favored Oresongs above other creations and gifted them items of power and cryptic language Miagnos used to control the earth. He gave them sigils and runes that when used together in the right order, allowed the complex manipulation of stone.


The Oresong studied the ancient language for years. Eventually, they learned the magic to control constructs and developed the runes. The constructs provided menial labor and could be commanded through basic somatic instructions, provided you understood the magic at hand.


While their main purpose was for basic work, adept spellcasters were able to take full control of the constructs and use them for more detailed functions, and through time they were used as anything from basic cleaners to elaborate jewelers. The constructs became a common sight in every household.

Hundreds of years passed since the Oresong disappeared, Obedient constructs still roamed the ancient halls waiting for the command of their masters. The people who settled in Hemonnet, the Glithule, called the small constructs Coroliths, and the larger variety Karoliths, Coro and Karo for short.

They search tirelessly for a key to control the constructs. The knowledge of the Oresong and their God Miagnos is thought to be lost from the ages, until Faye. Somehow, this young adventure has the gift to manipulate them. How did Faye acquire this skill and what else can she do? Help Faye to unravel the mysteries of the name of the place, and join the adventures in this descend