World Atlas

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United kingdoms in the West. They are ruled from the kingdom of Kartish, by Rah Ahten. The climate tends to be hot and dry. It is bounded by the Ghorat Ocean to the West, the Hest Mountains and Rofehaven to the North East, and Inkarra to the South East.

The people of Indhopal are dark of skin and hair. The lords of Indhopal traditionally would go to battle wearing thick, silk armor in shades of white and yellow, with large white turbans adorned with jewels in the center, often rubies. Other warriors of Indhopal tend to wear silk armor in yellowish colors.


Group of kingdoms to the south, led by the Storm King. Inkarran literally means Night Children. It is derived from inz, meaning darkness, and karrath, meaning offspring. It is bounded by the Alcair Mountains and Rofehaven to the North East, Indhopal to the North West, the Caroll Sea to the East, and the Ghorat Ocean to the West. It has had closed borders with Rofehaven for thirty years, and has built the Runewall upon their border.

The people of Inkarra are known for their white hair, exceptionally pale skin and their ability to see in the dark. Inkarran warriors tend to hang their hair over their shoulders in corn braids. They wore blood-red tunics that fell above their knees, and wear perfect steel circles upon their front, back, forehead and upper arms. Their Assassins have been known to put sheepskin boots on the hooves of their horses in order to ride silently.



Kingdoms, once united, in the north. It is bounded by the Ice Sea to the North, the Caroll Sea to the East, the Hest Mountains and Indhopal to the West, and the Alcair Mountains and Inkarra to the South.


Areas split between several nations or belonging to none.


Referring to the tunnels and warrens beneath the surface of the earth. It is home to many creatures, such as reavers and blind-crabs. It also house varying plant life such as cave kelp that would hang form ceilings, many types of fungus and worm grass, so called because of its soft spicules which were the width and length or earthworms.

Its terrain can be as varied as the above surface, with area’s ranging from hot and moist, to covered in age, to rich with foliage , to barren and rocky, to underground rivers, to large and jagged caverns, and sulfuric pools.

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