More myth than reality. More fiction than fact.
At the end of the Age of Honor, the Inconnu Citadel was lost
from all record. This is not to say much was ever documented
of it before the end of the Old Clans. The Citadel was
originally a small defensible tower, built from stones which
Abel tore from the earth with his bare hands. The Tower was
adequately defensible, yet possessed physical and mystical
weakness which could permit those bold enough to challenge the
Inconnu access to their domain. Those bold few who tried met a
bloody fate. However, the traitorous Darkblade Strago was able
to exploit this weakness and used it to gain access to a
torpored Inconnu Lord who he savagely attacked.
Following this unthinkable breach, the fourth Lord of the
Inconnu embarked on a project to make the fortress
impregnable. By utilizing cunning stone masonry and an
extensive knowledge of occult, the Inconnu were able to craft
a dwelling impregnable by both physical and mystical means.
The exact ritual used to cloak the fortress is unknown, but
the newly constructed Citadel known as Hunedoara was never
Ages after the end of the Old Clan wars, the Inconnu banded
together again. Led by a former lord, the Inconnu vanished
into the depths of their Citadel. From this sanctuary they
observe the passing of the ages as they continue their pursuit
of the elusive Golconda.
Headquarters for the Inconnu order.