My Palladium campaign differs from the original one set up by Mr. Siembieda in the following ways:
1) Immortals: There are four types of major immortals in my Palladium World: Titans, Vampires, Elves, and Gargoyles. Titans are normally immortal, but in my campaign there are larger numbers of them and they play a pivotal role in the Eastern Territory (mainly as leaders). Vampires (known as the Noble Dead) also play a significant role in my game. They are immortal and many hold high positions within the Western Empire (also known as the Empire of Sin). They are NOT hunted as per the official rules, they are part of the decadent ruling class of the Empire. Elves are also immortal in my world, allowing them to become a significant force around the world by accumulating vast knowledge and wealth. Finally, the Gargoyles are a race of sub-demons, evil to the core, and infamous maneaters. They do not age, so are immortal and very physically powerful and dangerous. The currently occupy the lands that the former Wolfen did, the Wolfen Empire is not like it is in the official Palladium universe (they are small but powerful tribes living near the Gargolye Empire). Several human empires in the Gargoyle sphere of influence have been taken over by them. The human-dominated Kingdom of Havea (relocated) continues to loose its war against the flying Gargoyle demons. Wolfen also are infamous maneaters in my campaign.
2) Atlantis: This massive island-nation appeared out of no where around 100 years ago and the Splugorth-led inhabitants have been wreaking mayhem across the Palladium world ever since. The major impact has been their semi-alliance with the Gargoyles to the East and the introduction of Tattoo Magic has spread quickly across the Western Empire (most soldiers are given 1-2 magical tattoos when inducted into the armed services): "Iron Gate" is always one of them (+50 SDC).
3) Ophid's Grasslands: I renamed this region the Winterlands and most of the adventure on this blog will be taking place there. Proximity to the Devils Gate and its massive PPE output makes nearly every human in the region have some magical powers, but most have just simple cantrips. The area is still underpopulated and unexplored.
4) Old Kingdom: Has absorbed the Nimiro Kingdom and is ready for war with the Western Empire. The upcoming revolt within the Empire itself (in the Middle Kingdoms) hasn't occurred yet, but will shortly. The Monster Kingdom will invade the Western Empire during the revolt; we'll see how it all ends up.
5) Empire Colonies in the Winterlands: The Western Empire regions, cities, leaders, and other names have been changed according to my taste and does not reflect on Palladium Games.
This blog will be written over some months, focusing on the PICTURES that I put into each section. I hope you enjoy it, I know I will! Best wishes, Maxx