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A minor squiggle created by Tolknor of York.


Plymouth is a squiggle created in the Shade Amber that developed into the Realm of York connected to the Toasian Sway. The general history is that Tolknor used the Shade gem of the Jewel of Judgment in an attempt to create a Pattern. Somehow he failed and the squiggle of Plymouth was created with 2/5 the power of a full pattern in that Shade. Sometime afterwards Tolknor created York. In time the Koob War occurred and the shade of Amber in that realm was destroyed. The Yorkian Shade remained since a Shade pattern and a Shade squiggle existed in it.

Realms and Governance[edit]

Plymouth has 17 tiers each with several hundred of shadows.

Each Tier has its own government and they give a general attendance to the Congress of Plymouth. Tolknor is generally acknowledged to be responsible for the realm though his role in the Congress seems functionally to be honorary. His main responsibilities seem to be limited to magical issues and to his role on the 5th Tier as First Speaker of the Foundation

1.Akalain 2.Shadar 3.x 4.x
1 2 3 4
5. Second Foundation 6 7 8
200 px x x x
9 10 11 12
x x x x
13 14 15 16
x x x x
17 Scauop of Tries Congress of Plymouth
x x x

Squiggle powers[edit]

  • 3 pips Basic Imprint
  • 6 Pips Advanced Imprint
  • 12 Pips Master Imprint
  • The squiggly allows awkward shadowwalking abilities from the York Shade levels and below.
  • High Order Sorcery and Conjuration can be used with the Plymouth Squiggle though their power level is substantially below thos of Amber level constructs.
  • Plymouth Trump tend to be fragile and de-magic after a few years. They work better if drawn to only be contact trumps though they fade in time as well.


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