The sea defined the Greeks. Though their rivals, the Carthaginians, had the most powerful navy during the time of Age of Legends, the Greek people were spread around a network of islands, peninsulas and coastlines. The mountainous countryside made land
The messenger of the gods is a sly, devious player of Olympus politics in Age of Legends. His wit and quick thinking allows him to be a major figure despite being the youngest of the gods though his talents have
Hephaestus is an interesting god in the Age of Legends pantheon. He does not match the Greek physical ideal and instead his legs are ill-formed, making it difficult for him to stand, and is seen by other gods as weak.
Goddess of the night and magic, Hecate is the guardian of both humanity and the Olympian gods. She is ever vigilant and can be found at the borders – the border between the mortal and divine worlds, the border between
Hades is often misunderstood. In our modern culture he may seem a god of death, something to be feared, but not so for the Ancient Greeks. His role was more of a guardian and final judge on the merit of
The god of wine, dance and ectasy is a popular one in Ancient Greek culture and with players of Age of Legends. The appeal of a hedonistic god is clear but he is not just the god of parties. Dionysus
The champions – the player characters in the Age of Legends tabletop role-playing – are ordinary mortals chosen by the gods. The mortal has no choice in this. When a god a calls, a mortal answers or faces a terrible