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Avlis
Description Avlis is an HotU CoPaP server. There are currently 9 servers which make up the world: The City of Mikona, The City of Elysia, The City of Le'Or T'Nanshi, The City of Kuras, The City of Visimontium, the Nation of Deglos, the Nation of Ferrell, The Wilderness, and The Underdark.
Setting Avlis Campaign Setting (A world of steel and magery where no one race or philosophy predominates.)
Vault Type Server
Magic Low to Moderate
Hakpak Many haks required and available on website.
Schedule 24/7
AVLIS is also an acronym which stands for Atomic Vapor Laser Isotope Separation.

Avlis is a campaign setting designed for use with Dungeons and Dragons developed over the past 20 years from a home-grown campaign setting, and branching into a large scale online campaign.

As a setting it is most notable for being the world used for the Neverwinter Nights persistent world of the same name, which spans 10 active servers and has one of the largest active player bases among such worlds.

DescriptionEdit

The SettingEdit

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Avlis is a traditional setting utilizing many familiar D&D concepts, such as crystal spheres, standard cosmology in the form of the Outer Planes, and several cameos of familiar gods and goddesses.

However where many traditional fantasy settings rely upon the interplay of large cosmic forces of "good" and "evil", Avlis is focused more upon the concept of individuals and their alignment, and thus has no true "monster" races, rather each of the various races that populate the world are self-aware and evolving, with their own culture, language and nations that define them.



The Online IncarnationEdit

Started in late 2002, the online incarnation of Avlis was among the first of the Persistent Worlds built around the Neverwinter Nights game client. Many of the core elements that make up the backbone of running NWN persistent worlds were started as Avlis, including the crucial Neverwinter Nights eXtender (NWNx) and its various plugins such as Vaultster.

The online incarnation is very much an adaptation of Living Campaigns, but rather than limited to large scale events such as conventions, the persistent world concept allows for a similar degree of large scale adventures and participation on a regular basis.

Avlis is currently one of the founding member worlds of the Confederation of Planes and Planets, and has been featured for features in BioWare's Weekly Wednesday twice, in addition to interviews with various staff members. [1] [2] [3] [4]

Print IncarnationEdit

There is currently an Avlis Campaign Setting Sourcebook manuscript being edited and shopped for publishing as a standard d20 campaign setting. As part of the concept of the Avlis world of the online incarnation reflecting back upon the setting as a whole, several major events that have taken place over the past three years have been incorporated in this latest revision of the setting.

CustomizationsEdit

Avlis contains many features expanding on Neverwinter Nights such as – custom races like playing a wemic, the inclusion of religions to build into the role you want to play, the ability to craft you own armor, clothing and weapons, its own custom background music.

HistoryEdit

Avlis was one of the first persistent worlds to open its doors to the public mere weeks after the release of Neverwinter Nights. The world has grown and expanded to include over 2500 areas to explore and exceptional roleplaying to experience. New players can read through over one hundred pages of history and details about this very mature world.

World Forge MagazineEdit

The online incarnation of Avlis is partially funded by voluntary contributions from a portion of its players. This is largely achieved by players who subscribe to "World Forge: The Journal of Online Game Environments", an online journal which aims to give DMs and players a place to share their game settings and help each other develop them, as well as showcase fiction from amateur writers.

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