The Young Kingdoms Wiki,
A Campaign Setting created by Jack Butler for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.

All content found on this wiki is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike license. It is based on the intellectual property of Jack Butler, the writer and creator of Young Kingdoms, and is present on this wiki AGAINST his wishes but in compliance with the license. Why Wikia wants to retain a wiki whose sole contributor and creator wants shut down is left as an intellectual exercise for the reader.

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  • JackButler

    The Pantheon

    November 5, 2010 by JackButler

    Work on the wiki is continuing, with particular concentration right now on the gods and goddesses that make up the various pantheons of the world. And that's a lot of gods, folks. Anyway, I'll be continuing the work until its done, though I might …

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  • JackButler

    So Here We Go!

    October 27, 2010 by JackButler

    All right, after being prodded and poked and nudged about it, I am finally putting the Young Kingdoms on a wiki. Stay tuned.

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About The Young Kingdoms
The goal of the Young Kingdoms Wiki is to create a web presence for Jack Butler's longstanding fantasy game world. Construction on the Young Kingdoms began back in 1983, and the game world has been added to, amended, reconstructed, and tinkered with ever since.

Over several decades, Jack has added to his game world in fits and starts, by small bites and in large, encyclopedic masses, until what started out as small enough to keep in a folder has grown larger, until it fills several filing cabinets. And like the Blob from the classic 50's movie of the same name, it has eaten and absorbed nearly everything it's come across.

You'll find things adapted from the Greyhawk, Forgotten Realms, and Eberron settings, as well as bits and pieces of gleaned from other sources, as well as things that are specifically original to Jack's imagination.

Over the years, the specific source of some of the adapted material has been lost, so if you see something that tastes familiar, but isn't just quite, now you know why.

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