the lore of mundura

Hey there, my name is Myrna!
I'm a lore student in the academy.. Well.. I was..

Maybe I should just start at the beginning. My life was pretty normal; I grew up with a lovely family, and had some amazing friends. My biggest passions were learning about history, and making my own clothing. My grandmother taught me how to sew, and I even went to fashion school!

 

Until one day, when everything changed: I was wandering through the forest near my house and saw something weird... some kind of mist. I'm a curious girl, so I decided to investigate a little. Suddenly the world seemed to disappear, and I collapsed. When I woke up, I knew one thing for certain: I was not on Earth anymore...

Without meaning to, I had found a portal to another world: Mundura. Mundura is like Earth in many ways: there are plants, animals, even people! There is peace and war, famine and abundance.
But Mundura is so much more... Mundura has magic!

When I arrived on Mundura, I was welcomed by the Lua'ar. They told me they had to shut the portal right behind me, and I couldn't go home. At first, I was sad and angry, but after a few weeks, I started to feel at home. The Lua'ar are very wise, proud people, and the lore keepers of Mundura. They found out I love learning about the history of Earth, so they decided to teach me about Mundura as well. They taught me about the history, the legends, the people and their customs.

After a few years of travelling around the continent, and learning all about it, I received a message. A new portal had opened, and the Lua'ar knew it would lead me straight back home.
I didn't hesitate for one second... Even though I loved Mundura, I really missed my friends and family back on Earth. They must have been so worried!
I travelled back through the portal, and the Lua'ar closed it again. I realised nothing seemed to have changed... I returned to the same day that I left, all those years ago.

 

Now it's my mission to bring the stories of Mundura to Earth. I'm not a good writer, so I will try to do it in a way that might be better for me: making clothing. By recreating the traditional clothes that I have seen, I will take you on a journey through the history and legends of Mundura. Will you go with me on this journey?

 

Myrna