A rare metal commonly found within the lands of the Elves
A large bay located on the border of Ordan and Ulfgard, renowned for its rocky coast and rough waters.
A combination of priest and historian among the Drakai, responsible for interpreting the knowledge of the past in order to guide future generations.
The armoured warriors of the Wood Elf Kingdom of Ly'syr.
A massive war between the Drakai nation of Dranya and many of the nations of Vraelia and Imera.
The capital city of the Human kingdom of Myrell.
The enforcers of the law within the cities of Taeva.
A race of bull-folk native to the Kavros peninsula of north eastern Vraelia.
A large tomb built at the base of the Palace of the High King within Dhal Thurim, built to serve as the final resting place of past kings.
The former empire of the Elves, and one of the most powerful nations of ancient Taeva before its fracturing.
The largest Orc city south of the Ridgeback Mountains, and the unofficial capital of South Ordan
Large creatures resembling a cross between an eagle and big cat, commonly found in the high places of Imera and Vraelia.
A sub-type of Kobold living in the various human cities of Imera.
The most common and widespread type of Kobolds, found throughout the Dark Hollows.
A subspecies of Kobold found in the northern reaches of Imera.
One of the fastest and safest methods of transportation throughout Durfaehn.
A region of the Dark Hollows renowned for its abundance of glowing crystals.
The seat of power of the Dwarf High King, and one of the most important buildings in Durfaehn.
The main headquarters of the Dock Rats thieves guild.