Seeing the grand destruction of the land of Gentre birth, the All-Powerful and Exceedingly Brave Leaders of the Gnome populace, call for the immediate evacuation of Andilain.
The foul-mouthed gnome who angered Morphiophelius so much, he was transformed into a clay garden gnome.
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The ULTIMATE beast of burden for the discerning upper-class.
Caught. Tortured. Scheduled for execution. Any Questions? Book #6 of a fun fantasy series: Chronicles of a Hero
Fame. Fortune. Thrown into the City incinerator. Book #5 of a fun fantasy series: Chronicles of a Hero
Wizards. Elves. Giant Robots with Automatic Weapons. Book #4 of a fun fantasy series: Chronicles of a Hero
Famous inventor twins, known for their creation of Trench Wars, Clockworks #1 Extreme Sport competition.
Gnomes which are bred and harvested as a pleasure source for the evil Täuku to feast upon.
The slave settlement of Clamor Town was built, not once, but twice...to the degradation of our race!
Clockworks City's biggest food festival exclusively for the grandparents to bring the grand-kiddies to!
A hidden slum in the underbelly of Clockworks City, where the homeless were rounded up and sold to the Täuku as slaves.
(a.k.a. Dragons Chasm) this location is under the direct supervision of Dr Finely Greenhopper, gnome zoologist.
Believed to be directly involved in the 500 year history of Clockworks City...and its citizens.
Author & historian of this website.
The island south of Humär, home to 1.5 billion gnomes and location of the greatest city in the world (according the little people): Clockworks City
Fearless. Tough. Skilled. Relentless. Under 4' tall and cute as hell.
The great (and only) gnome city.
No maps were found
Constant invasions upon Andilain by Mahan's horde put thousands of Gentre at risk. More than two thousand of the little-folk were slaughtered and eaten by Vallen scouts, prompting a mass exodus from the continent. With little regard for their own safety, the Gentre cast their fate upon the waters of the southern ocean and left their homeland, looking for another.