History of the Magic Revolution

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History of the Magic Revolution

The Magical Revolution was a period of human history defined by the rapid development of magically-assisted industrialization. The period is generally viewed as beginning in 72bc when humanity discovered the New World and ended with The Collapse.

People of the Magic Revolution

Axager, Rickle

Rickle Axager was a human born in 31bc who led the Delvers from 14bc until his death in 47pc.

Bartleby, Alfred

Alfred Bartleby was a human researcher who worked for the Chandlers Guild during the magic revolution.

Gnork, Edward

Edward Gnork was a human researcher of dwarven engineering. who lived from 122bc until 74bc. He is known for having written Gnork's Encyclopedia of Dwarven Construction]].

Biography
Early Life

Edward Gnork was born in the swampy town of Arathel in 122bc. He had an innate dislike of the environment and so, at a young age, traveled to the CentralPlains. He became a trader between dwarves in the region and humans, and eventually developed an interest in dwarven culture, especially their architecture.

Architectural Studies

Edward Gnork became well-known among the dwarves he traded with, who happily explained how they built things. From their perspective, Gnork was an amusement, and perhaps one of the world's first tourists.

Death

When exploring the ruins of the Snapstone Enclave in the Central Plains, Edward Gnork went down a ladder into a tunnel and while exploring the area died of carbon monoxide poisoning.

Sendvogue, Altar

Dr. Altar Sendvogue was a human inventory who, among other things, invented the lumorb, pocket dragon, and autohearth.

Magic Revolution

The Magical Revolution was a period of human history defined by the rapid development of magically-assisted industrialization. The period is generally viewed as beginning in 72bc when humanity discovered the New World and ended with The Collapse.

Background
Notable Events
Notable Figures
  • Dr. Altar Sendvogue was a human who, among other things, invented the lumorb, pocket dragon, and autohearth.
Autohearth

The autohearth was a home appliance invented by Dr. Altar Sendvogue in 41bc. It was a traditional home hearth, refashioned to be fueld by magic.

Finely, Ben

Ben Finely was a human worker in the city of Ack during the 1st-century BC. He was employed by the Chandlers Guild from 45bc until 43bc as a lamppost maintainer, until he quite to found [Finely Fascimiles]], one of the first commercial printing businesses.

Finely Fascimiles

Finely Fascimiles was a printing business in the city of Axck during the 1st-century BC.

Hectic, Maggie

Maggie Hectic was an employee of the Chandlers Guild.

Printing Press

The printing press is a human invention that enabled the rapid copying of written documents.

Supplements

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Created: 2019-05-02 Thu 18:15

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