Welcome to Eon!


Baldur City: The Universe City

Eon is a tabletop role playing game played at Reed College (Portland, OR) based on Dungeons and Dragons, created by Roger Hobbs. If this is your first time at EONwiki (or even with a role playing game), don't panic! You've started in the right place. This wiki contains an ever-growing collection of lore from EON's fantasy setting, from what's going on in the great white north to how many moons are floating around. Eon is run like a television show, so if you're new, you might want to start by reading the summaries Season One. Or read the Cliff Notes. Welcome to our world!

This wiki was created by Eric Whalen, a seventh season player whose listen check was so bad at hearing that he had to sit next to the DM in order to understand what was going on. If you've resorted to checking my wiki, you're either facing a red dragon while solving a 3-Dragon Ante puzzle, in another plane of existence, listening to yakkety sax, or any combination thereof. If you're looking for a character template, go here.

Previous and Current SeasonsEdit

Eon: Where Ends Meet (Spring 2012)

Episode Three

I Thought You'd Never Tarrasque

For those of you who like to think in chronological order, take a look at the Eon Timeline. The main (read: better documented) campaign is the Eon Prime party.

Pages linking away from the summaries may contain spoilers.


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Currently StarringEdit

The current season is Eon: Where Ends Meet (Spring 2013), with the Eon Prime party. Our adventures will continue. In order of in-character introduction:

All Player Characters

Major Locations Edit

Malvont City Edit


Port BroganEdit

Goneril Edit

The Southern Continent Edit

Nyasa CivilizationEdit

Personal Accounts Edit

The Diary of a Nameless GirlEdit

The Girl with No Name keeps a diary as her personal method of recording thoughts and experiences. This as, at the moment, the only personal account of which new entries are currently being unearthed.

The Journals of Tobo LakhanaiEdit

Tobo Lakhanai of Malvont (also Sir Tobo of Port Brogan, also Tobo the Rockstar) kept a journal running from his first meeting with the party in Season One, Episode Thirteen through the successful assassination of Grax at Landover in the season premiere of Season Five.

Previously on Eon: With Our Special Host, KruglorEdit

Kruglor the Kruglorious (also the Planeswalker, also the Planecrasher, also the Reviled) kept track of the party's exploits during Season Seven in bullet-point form.

Meditations of Ashra the PuzzlesolverEdit

Ashra apparently kept a secret record of his musings over a significant amount of the time she spent with the party. They are generally not tied to specific events, instead relating to different ideas he found interesting at the time. Probably not the result of a Wolves' Milk binge. No, really.

Rules of EngagementEdit

Ulfgar wrote and published this short treatise on air combat about two years after the current season of Eon Prime.

Historical Accounts Edit

Ille Draconum Edit

An epic poem written by the gentleman philosopher Heckle describing the actions of Captain Elrand Telamore and his companions in the service of Barron Ganth during Season Six. Originally in Draconic, this poem has survived throughout the centuries and is even still known to some people in contemporary Eon. May have been required reading at The Vargus School.

La Batalle Malvenia Edit

An epic poem written by the master rhapsody and international rockstar Tobo Lakhanai. This poem recounts the adventures of The Toggenburg Corporation during the Battle of Malvont, and is a retelling of the events from Season One, Episode Fourteen through the season finale of Season One. This poem is in Elven, and may still be in the rough draft stages.

Comentarii de Bello PopuliEdit

A small propaganda leaflet published and distributed by followers of Highman Grax. This booklet describes the early days of the Revolution of 1441 from the perspective of the revolutionary party, who claim to have overthrown the government of Baldur in order to restore the republic. Although the title is in Celestial, the text is in Common, even if it is confusing, Illithid common.

What the Party Talks About During Long Overseas Journeys Edit

Latest ActivityEdit

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