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  • Khador

    Without question Khador’s people are tough, irascible, weathered, and proud. They learned well from those ancient days when man endured through strength and cruelty and see no reason to temper those qualities now. The north keeps deep and ancient customs …

  • Cygnar

    Cygnar emerged from the Corvis Treaties as the strongest and wealthiest nation of Western Immoren. It was able to unite the ancient lands of Caspia with the sprawling Midlunds as well as much of Thuria’s southern fertile coasts and the forested holds of …

  • Uldenfrost

    A walled fort city and harbour, Uldenfrost is home to loggers, fishermen, tanners, hunters and trappers. It hosts a sizable garrison of green Winter Guard, most of whom are villagers merely serving their mandatory time as conscripts. IN POWER Kovnic …

  • Ord

    The rugged western kingdom of Ord is a land with deep history and its own rich culture, but it is also a region that has often suffered in conflicts with more powerful neighbours. It lacks the natural resources of some great kingdoms, being a moody realm …

  • Llael

    Llael’s primary geographical advantage is its central location. It shares borders with four kingdoms, and has few natural barriers to inhibit trade. With shipping along the King's Tradeway and the Black River, materials and manufactured goods travel back …

  • Ceryl

    Perched on the far western tip of [[Cygnar | Cygnar]], the great port city of Ceryl is known for its strong tradition in the arcane arts. It is a huge city with all the appearances of a mountain built row upon row and street upon busy street upward from …

  • Port Vladovar

    Port Vladovar is the largest naval base in the Motherland, and only Ohk surpasses it in marine trade. The port is never slow, and naval sloops direct the heavy ship traffic to avoid messy collisions or clogged seaways.

  • Orven

    Orven is a Cygnaran mountain city of minor significance, known mainly for its pure Wyrmwall mineral water and natural geothermic hot springs. The city has functional coal and silver mines, worked mainly by the industrial Rhulic conclave that has called …

  • Rimmocksdale

    Rimmocksdale is a pretty resort village, home to miners and fishermen, but also to various wealthy nobles and merchant families who reside here year round to take advantage of the beautiful scenery, excellent hunting, and sulphurous mineral hot springs. …

  • Corvis

    Corvis is a city of watery canals, riverfronts, and dark alleyways where one can easily disappear without a trace. The swampy ground and the nearby Widower’s Wood seem a poor choice for the locale of a major city, and it has required enormous labor to …

  • Icebrands

    h2. The Icebrand Lakes The Icebrands are a pair of large, connected lakes in northern [[Khador | Khador]]. A number of smaller lakes are joined to them by streams only in warmer years. They feed the Icebrand river, which empties into the Helvongen Bay …

  • Uldenstream

    The Uldenstream is a powerful river in northern Khador, spanned by a mighty, centuries-old bridge. The Skretnya tribe of Thardic barbarians makes its home in several camps along the river and towards the coastline, where they fish and hunt for seal and …

  • Caspia

    Caspia is the capital city of [[Cygnar | Cygnar]], and the seat of its ruler King Vinter Raelthorne III. The city is situated at the mouth of the Black River, which acts as the border between it and [[Sul]], the birthplace of the Protectorate of Menoth.