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  • Paru'Bor

    In 459 I.R., Paru'Bor seceded from the [[Kalamaran Empire | Kalamaran Empire]] and ever since the relationship between the two has been even more bitter than one might expect. The current ruler of Paru'Bor is Prince Ragil V and not only is he a direct …

  • Drhokker

    p. The lands of the Drhokker cover a vast area south of Lake Jorakk. The Drhokker drove out all but a single clan of [[Dejy]] when they originally migrated in the area. Weary of battle, they allowed the peaceful horse clan of Dejy to remain and co-exist …

  • Shynabyth

    p. Shynabyth is a nation which seems to be at odds with everyone around them. The ancestors of the Shynabyth once peacefully inhabited the Kabela Downs near what is now [[Bet Regor]], the capital city of [[Paru'Bor]]. Over 500 years ago, when Fulakar …

  • Skarnna

    p. Little has changed in the lands of Skarnna since the days when this wandering group of [[Fhokki]] inhabited the northern coasts of [[Reanaaria Bay]] following their flight from the harsh northlands. Semi-independent towns, each led by a 'Skryvalkker' …

  • Theocracy of Slen

    p. There is little on [[Tellene]] that chills the hearts of men more than the vicious Theocracy of Slen. It is an entire nation of people dedicated to the worship of the Flaymaster, the lawful evil god of pain, torture and cold. Since few dare travel …

  • Tharggy

    p. The Queendom of Tharggy is a matriarchal society which claims the territory of the eastern Shynako Hills and north of the Fyban Forest. They are known for producing some of the finest wool in the land, as well as abundant textiles and foodstuffs. With …

  • Thybaj

    p. The Thybaj are the descendents of peaceful [[Dejy]] settlers who found the lands east of what is now [[Tharggy]] to contain fertile soil idea for grazing livestock. Due to an aggressive humanoid and giant population in the area, the Thybaj formed …

  • Torakk

    p. Torakk is merely a name given to the lands west of Lake Jorakk along the Jorakk Mountains and Rytarr Woods. They are populated by loosely-related, independent hunter clans known as aronaks. These aronaks frequently feud among themselves for perceived …