In Sigard-Ur, there was war between the five races, a war ultimately won by the Dragons– when they dropped their savage sorcery bombs on the Elves. The elf homeland was turned into a poisoned wasteland, and the Elves themselves were warped by magic, changing the fiber of their being. They found themselves inextricably dependent on environment, and forced to scatter across the globe. The Sea Elves went into hiding in the sea, the Sand Elves vanished into the desert, the Snow Elves disappeared into the frozen north, and the Forest Elves haunted the forests of the land.
The story of WARBAND follows a group of Snow Elves trying to survive in harsh conditions, resorting to raiding and adventuring to bring rare resources home to their people. They deal with some really gray morality as they’re forced to make hard choices for the well-being of their kinsmen.
WARBAND is largely inspired by TV shows like Vikings, old comics like Poison Elves, and tabletop RPGs like Dungeons and Dragons. It’s adventure, excitement and romance, with a heavy dose of comedy.