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  • Pekal

    Pekal is a land of semi-arid plains to the east, and dale and forest to the west. One hundred and seven years ago, its people successfully revolted against the Kalamaran Empire under the leadership of Lamnian Endremin and with the aid of King Sendir of …

  • Ek'Gakel

    Ek'Gakel, known as the Kingless Land, is more of a collection of city-states than a proper nation. It is ruled, in name at least, by Chancellor Brond Epseln from the city of Betasa, but in truth he rules little more than his own city. The Gakite Plains …

  • Ek'Kasel

    Ek'Kasel is the sister nation to Korak, and stands shoulder-to-shoulder with it against the hobgoblins of [[Norga-Krangrel]]. It is ruled by King Eresar II from Bet Kasel. It's people are fierce warriors, well-respected in Pekal as staunch allies.

  • Korak

    Korak is a country constantly at war with [[Norga-Krangrel]], led by General Alere and the Council of Six from Korem, the City of Swords. In recent years, as hobgoblin attacks have lessened, Alere has built up his army, fearing that the lull is just a …

  • O'Par

    The hill country of O'Par is ruled by the Duke Gadadik I from the mysterious Bet Bireli, called the City of Ears. It is said that the Duke is a powerful sorcerer, and not the merest rumor passes the lips of the meanest peasant in all of the [[Kalamar | …

  • Paru'Bor

    The Principality of Paru'Bor, ruled from Bet Regor by Prince Ragil V, is the gateway between the [[Young Kingdoms]] and the Wild Lands to the East--a gateway which the staunch soldiers of Paru'Bor have long guarded, keeping the barbarous Fhokki from …

  • Young Kingdoms

    At its height, the [[Kalamar | Vast Empire of Kalamar]] extended from the Obakasek Jungle in the south to P'Bapar and the Legasa Peaks in the northwest. However, as its power faded, the Young Kingdoms began to emerge as independent nation-states. …