On the Table of Fate
No one knows who first named our world, although as with most things, each race commonly assumes it originated with them. Though the language from which it was derived has long since been lost to time, it is believed that Annwn is the ancients’ name for the mysterious other world, the land of peace and plenty. The very nature of the word seems to suggest the possibility of worlds beyond this one, and raises the issue of Annwn’s place in the planar multiverse. The dominant feature of the known regions of Annwn is the central continent of Moravia. To the North of Moravia lies the small, frigid continent of Jotunheim. To its east is the Grey Sea, also called the Sea of Troubles, and to its south lies the fabled Sea of Stars. It is said that a strange land lies far across the Grey Sea, but few claim to have made the voyage, while the Sea of Stars is filled with a myriad of wonders, set in a lush, tropical climate. This vast sea, although well traveled, is still relatively unexplored, and contains many strange lands.