Had some friends look over the back material of Wayward and it's been changed:
An age of peace may be coming to an end on the continent of Ruyn.
The Goblin invasions were over. The grey beasts no longer sailed from the west. The joint armies of Thoran and The Southern Republic broke and defeated the raiders who menaced their lands and cities. Merchant ships sailed without fear of piracy.
A fallen politician has gathered an army and spreads his prophecy of a coming doom. Conflict brews in the south and unrest grows in the mountains.
In the face of the crumbling peace, a lone monarch struggles to hold the line between a hundred years of tranquility and brutal chaos.
The world's hopes may lay on the shores of a remote island settlement where a man washes ashore with the remains of a ship. He has no crew, no purpose, and for all he can remember, no past.
When he wakes, he'll find the tides are not the only thing that change around him.
What do you think? Is it an improvement?
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