ISS3004 The Entekosiad (1996)

Entekos is the Pelandan goddess of the atmosphere who rains blessings down upon mortals. This is a collection of stories told by a person who went seeking Entekos. Valare Addi was the seeker, who mistook her goddess Teelo Estara to be the same as Entekos. She lost her life seeking the truth, but with the help of the Goddess she returned from death and became a famous Lunar Saint. She is the discoverer of Chronoportation, an important Lunar secret of the Hero Wars.

The Entekosiad contains many stories from the Pelandan Green, Golden, Storm and the Darkness Ages of Peloria and Pelanda. They are all told from the perspective of someone who knows them and their secrets writing to others who are starting to learn about them.


  • Text by Greg Stafford
  • Product Number IIS3004 (previously WA8801).
  • ISBN: none.
  • Price: $30.00
  • 112 pages, 8.5″ x 11″ format, illustrated, maps.


As with all of Greg’s Work’s in Progress, many versions were printed with the date of the printing inside and often a colorful name. There are also likely to be unique versions of a single printing for individuals. Those that were printed in copy shops also varied depending on paper, cover and colour. In a few cases Greg even gave photocopies. Eventually they became formalised printings.

WA8801The EntekosiadWizard’s AtticGreen Page Version, Spiral Bound; Work in Progress #3.
WA0510The Entekosiad1996Wizard’s Attic
The EntekosiadIssariesGreen Page Version, Spiral Bound; Work in Progress #3.
The Entekosiad1996Vocabulary Printout Version (RQ Con Down Under)
The Entekosiad2002Hero Wars Logo
The Entekosiad2015


  • Testimonial of Author
  • Provaria, Author’s Notes
  • Birth of the World
  • Tales of Wendaria
  • The Great Dance
  • The Three Errors
  • The Daxdarius Epic
  • High Pelanda(n Myths)
  • The Oroninae
  • The Return of the High Gods
  • Darkness and Resurrection
  • Hunter Tales
  • The Bisos Cycle
  • Naverian Myths
  • Some Other Myths
  • Appendix: Pelandan Ideograms
  • Appendix: Biography of Valare Addi
  • Appendix: The Path of Addi
  • Index
  • Closure: Rufelza and Taraltara

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