Find below an alphabetical list of all the character names, places and objects beginning with the letter G in the World of Astrom. I shall add to this list as more of my works are published. If an entry is missing, leave a comment below and I shall fill it when I can.


An armist of Maristonia and a great scholar. Gaeon is the principal tutor to Crown Prince Téthan, Curillian’s son and heir. See also Téthan.


An armist of Maristonia and commanding officer of I Legion, the senior formation in the Maristonian Army and the backbone of Mariston’s garrison. A grizzled old general, Gannodin is a veteran soldier and a long-time confidante of King Curillian. See also Mariston.


A man of Ciricen and Master-at-Arms to Earl Culdon of Centaur. Garthan is a tough old warrior and has fought alongside his earl on many campaigns. Before the Quest of Oron Amular his main duty was to train the young warriors entering the earl’s household. See also Culdon & Centaur.


An elf who resides in Welton in the Phirmar. Gerendayn is a most unusual elf, being the wood-elf by birth but having long since naturalised to living in the midst of modern armist society. Reclusive and secretive, those of his neighbours who even know of his existence think he is just an eccentric antiquary, but King Curillian is one of the few who know him as the Watcher, an authority on all that transpires in eastern Maristonia. Birds and beasts and furtive wood-elves bring him tidings and he passes choice information on to a privileged few. See also Welton & Phirmar.

Goragath Mountains

One of the great mountain chains of Astrom, not as long as the Carthaki Mountains but rising higher. Forming the vast barrier between Aranar and Ithrill in the south and Hendar in the north, the mighty peaks of the high Goragath are the highest in Astrom, save only for Oron Amular and Oron Cavardul. The foothills on either side are claimed by the rival nations, but the higher ground is owned by no nation and is home to legends both good and evil. See also Hendar, Aranar & Ithrill.

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