The Basics

Where should I start? What do I need to play?

There are two ways to answer that question - one in terms of HârnWorld, the other in terms of HârnMaster:

HârnWorld

Our core module for HârnWorld is Venârivè: Northwestern Lýthia. This is supported by two free modules which provide an introduction to Venârivè (the region where the island of Hârn is located):

What format are your products in?

Most of our products are eBooks in PDF format. They are bookmarked to allow for easy navigation. They can be displayed using Adobe Reader, which is freely available.

Our eBooks are also optimised for printing, if you prefer physical books at your gaming table or for reading on your couch.

Important: Official HârnWorld and HârnMaster products are only available from this website.

Why should I register at kelestia.com? What can I do with an account?

Without an account, you can browse everything but not interact with anything.

When you register and log in, you can write forum posts, write comments to news items, chat in our online Tavern, vote in polls, purchase Hârn and HârnMaster products, access free downloads, and more.

Registering an account at Kelestia.com is free and easy.

There are no disadvantages. Using member-authentication keeps the site free of spam and provides you with a more individual community experience. We won't give your information to anyone.

What is Keléstia Productions?

Keléstia Productions Ltd is the company owned by the family and estate of the creator of Hârn, N. Robin Crossby, which is tasked with fulfilling Robin's vision for the world of Hârn, Kèthîra and for the HârnMaster rules system. (On the world of Hârn, "Keléstia" is the scholars' name for the multiverse, the cosmic all containing everything.)

Kelestia Productions is largely a volunteer-run organisation, with many contributors making up the team known as HârnMakers. Some of the key personnel involved are:

Who was N. Robin Crossby?

N. Robin Crossby was the creator of the fantasy world of Hârn and Keléstia, and the HârnMaster role-playing rules system. He developed the world and rules systems over several decades, and established Kelestia Productions in 2003.

Robin was born in London, UK, of Anglo-Welsh parents, but lived much of his life in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada. Robin passed away in 2008, but his legacy is being continued by his family and friends through Kelestia Productions Ltd.

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