Atlas Keléstia - SHKN I5 (Zýna)

Keléstia Productions have published the eighth issue of Atlas Keléstia. It describes map square SHKN-I5 (Zýna), located in the northwest settled area of the kingdom of Lédenheim.

To learn more about Atlas Keléstia SHKN-I5 and to make a purchase, go to:

The Atlas Keléstia index can be viewed at:

Coming next in the ninth issue of Atlas Keléstia will be SHKN-B7 (Hâltinan).

Coming Soon - "Venârivè"

Work is now approaching completion on the "Venârivè", the northwestern Lýthia module.

Venârivè is the part of Lýthia with which most people involved with Hârn are familiar, probably without even knowing it. It is the region around the Venârian Sea, and to the north and west, and its name is derived from that sea (and some say from the Sea of Iváe to the north). It includes the regions of Ivínia and Hârn, the Gulf of Shôrkýnè, and the lands of Tríerzòn, Ázeryàn, Kárejia, Dalkésh, Hácherdad, Mafán, Chogôro, northern Anzelôria, and finally Hèpekéria.

Needless to say, this is a large area, with many cultures and realms. But it does form a coherent area, the area where a particular set of cultures have evolved and interacted. Even if your game never leaves the shores of Hârn, an understanding of these cultures and their impact on each other is extremely useful - they are the context within which Hârn has developed and continues to exist.

The Venârivè module will include the following content:

  • Overview of the region, including climatic zones, weather etc
  • History and chronology
  • Cultures and languages of the region
  • Legal systems and law
  • Military organisation of different cultures and regions, including naval organisation
  • Economics and trade, including details of markets, money and incomes, and trade routes
  • Guilds and their organisation, including an overview of the Mangai
  • Daily Life, including calendars, weights and measures, food and drink, clothing, housing and architecture, education, art and music, entertainment and sport, and death and funerary pratices
  • Folklore and legends of the region
  • Major religions, including the different pantheons recognised in the region
  • Details of the various regions and realms (covering the history and government, key settlements, society culture and language, religion and military of over 30 realms and regions)
  • Folk of Venârivè, including historical and current leading figures in politics, religion, philosohpy, the arts and so forth
  • Key statistical and reference information, such as the chantries of the region, titles, colleges of heraldry, religious organisation, trading posts and shipping convoys (larún), regnal lists, prices, incomes, trade goods by region, port and market data, tide and weather tables, and a locations index.

While you are waiting for this module to be completed, you might want to have a look at the new map. When it is finally released, it will be a layered-PDF document, with all the layers as vectors (so it will be a relatively small document as well). It will cover a range of issues, from geography to linguistics. The sample we are sharing with you focusses on geography and major settlements, but the PDF version will have much more detail.

I hope you enjoy this sample while we work on completing the final module:

Accessing "layers" in multi-layered files

Many Keléstia Productions products — the numerous Atlas Keléstia squares, the Hârn and Shôrkýnè regional interactive map, and the Chélemby City interactive map — include "layered" PDF files, which allow the user to select which layers of information to display. A few customers have asked how this function works. Read on to find out more. [Read more...]

Chélemby's out... now Venârivè...

So... Chélemby City of the Sea Kings is out, we can relax and take a breather...

Umm... no. It straight back into it on Venârivè! [Read more...]

Product File Updates (September 2009)

In conjunction with the release of Chélemby - City of the Sea Kings, we have updated a number of Keléstia Productions products with new download files.

Most of these address minor issues, but most also involve a correction to the name of the elder folk - elves and dwarves. Previous publications have used inaccurate terms for these. The correct term for Kèthîran elves is Sinái (singular and plural; the adjective is Sináin). The correct term for Kèthîran dwarves is Kúzhai (singular and plural; the adjective is Kúzhan).

The major change is an updated map for Chélemby Interactive, which has improved historical layers, and is of a higher resolution.

The following files have been updated:

  • Chelemby Interactive - Map and Guide
  • Kingdom of Chélemby
  • Evánekin
  • Kèthîra 2.0
  • HârnMaster Gold: Players' Edition
  • HârnMaster Gold: GMs' Edition
  • HârnMaster Gold: Bestiary

An update to HârnMaster Gold: Shèk-Pvâr will be available shortly - we are checking a number of the spells.

If you have already purchased these files, you should be able to download them from the Files section of "My Account". If you no longer have the download links for these files, please contact us ( to arrange for a new download link to be provided for each of these files.

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