Dyvers, Posters

Dyvers: Come Take It

I tend to play a confrontational style of play when it comes to the city of Dyvers. My goal is to run it with a brash abandon that I imagine someone like Larissa Hunter would go for. The city, and its territories, will only stand if it is aggressively defended. To do this, Dyvers, has to walk a line with its allies that keeps them on its side while it continues to protect its own borders and interests.

Were Margus still in charge I think that Dyvers would be in danger of being absorbed by one of the powers nearby – or more troublingly, its territories would be gobbled up by the surrounding powers until the city existed as a shadow of itself.

Hunter won’t let the city fall. Neither will the 50,000 refugees who call it home.

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