Lords of Narnia

Introduction

The Golden Age of Narnia ended many years ago, but the lives of its inhabitants continue. King Ram of Archenland has decreed that the borders of Narnia are to be secured against outside threats. Into this territory they send their emissaries, tasking them with subduing the lawless folk and deadly creatures that have made it a land of savagery and shame. Beyond that rugged frontier stretches the home of voracious monsters, capricious faeries, wily natives, and bandits who bow to the rule of a merciless lord none dare defy. Can these capable Narnians survive the Stolen Lands, bring their dangers to heel, and lay the foundations of a new outpost for a new land? Or will they just be one more fateful band, lost forever to the ravenous wilds?

The Charter

“Be it so known that the bearer of this charter has been charged by Ram the Great, King of Archenland, Lord Steward of Narnia, acting upon the greater good and authority vested within him by the Great Lion Himself, has granted the right of exploration and of establishing settlement within the western wilderness region known as the Greenbelt. To this end, the bearers are to fortify the western borders of Narnia, setting up a defensible outpost to watch over the Western Wilds, from the Great Cliffs to the mountains beyond. The carriers of this charter shall also strive against banditry, the servants of darkness, hostile incursions from Giants, and any other unlawful behaviour to be encountered. Punishment and mercy are in the hands of these bearers, so may they rule justly as my proxies. So it is witnessed on this 24th day of April, under watchful eyes of King Ram the Great, servant of the Great Lion Aslan, and of His Father, the Great Emperor Overseas.”

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