Category: Storytellers

Storytellers: Family Reunion

Warning: This story contains vulgar language. Name PronunciationTanashyry = “TAHN na sheer ee”Makysyg = “MAH kee see”Kumagat = “KOO mah got” The Feywild city is dark and seemingly composed of nothing but the aerial roots of impossibly large strangler fig trees that formed a… Continue Reading “Storytellers: Family Reunion”

Storytellers: The Sisters of the Sky

This week, we explore the trinity of demigods that is inspired by the Daughters of Bathala. In Philippine myth, one of the most powerful gods sired three daughters by a mortal woman. These entities seem to really resonate with modern day Filipinx for whom… Continue Reading “Storytellers: The Sisters of the Sky”

Storytellers: The Beginning

In this series, we will listen to some of the countless storytellers found in Bukana. Just like the real world Philippines, the Sea of Skulls has a strong oral tradition and there is never a shortage of tales: truth, lies, and sometimes both. “None… Continue Reading “Storytellers: The Beginning”