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The ruins of the city of Domora sit on the Sarkorian Steppe of the Sarkoris Scar, at the edge of a dried lakebed that once was the famous Sarkorian Hume's Pool.1


Founded by Domora Hume in 4170 AR, Domora eventually became the largest city in the Sarkorian Steppe. The city grew into a center of animal husbandry and horse breeding, and served as a major hub for trapping and hunting. In 4172 AR, Hume conjured a dreadful creature from the lake south of town to defend the city from a large force of Mammoth Lord raiders. This creature was a powerful eidolon named Dyzad drawn from the Plane of Water. With Dyzad's aid, Hume repulsed the barbarians and saved his people. Thereafter, the amazed and grateful people of Domora began worshiping their savior eidolon as a god and Hume became the first of Sarkoris' god callers. Even after Hume's death, the people of Domora continued to worship Dyzad and Hume's descendants summoned aspects of the eidolon in times of need.1

Domora today

Today, Domora is abandoned, and Hume's Pool is just another sun-baked lakebed. Barbarian raiders and demons often use Domora's crumbling buildings as cover. It is said that somewhere deep beneath Domora's ruins, in the still-flooded sewers and cisterns, Dyzad and her spawn yet dwell, continuing to protect the greatest of the Hume family's treasures.1


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Jonathan H. Keith, et al. “Chapter One: Worldwound Gazetteer” in The Worldwound, 16. Paizo Inc., 2013