The region centers around three cities each of which operate as a trade centers moving good though the Murberec Mountains . The cities of Neoupo in the West, Galachfo in the East, and Rima to the South cater to the bustling timber and barge trade through the Murberec Mountains for which there is no known land based pass. Along with the trade post operations, each city specializes in a variety of local merchant goods and trade between these regional cities as well as for export out of the region.
NeoupoNeoupo is home to some of the finest glass production facilities and glass product in the known world. The fine sand mined from the Miledos Desert coupled with the abundant wood supply have supported many a fortune for those in the glass trades.
RimaRima is the legislative capital of the region and specializes in animal husbandry. The nearby grasslands and plentiful water supply running from the mountains all year round has made for rich and bountiful grazing land for beasts of burden and feed animals alike. The lakefront, beyond the significant infrastructure of the docks is lined with butcheries, stockyards, and smokehouses.
GalachfoGalachfo is home to bakers and millers who work hand in hand with the grain and vegetable farms of the fertile flatlands. A hearty rye is the predominant grain grown in the region, though wheat and barley are also grown. Dried poppy seed is a significant crop of the region. It is dried and and used in a variety of baked goods. both savory and sweet. Trade in the region is primarily conducted by barges traversing the mountain range across the three lakes and its connective tributaries. Lelolak Lake in the West, Rilola Lake in the East, and Mihila Lake in a large valley up into the mountain range. Each formed as a collective basin for the runoff from mountain top thaws. Trade continues on the East side of the mountains starting at Rilola Lake Lake, southward on the Leforiv River and further east and inland on the Rifori River.
Mallordoria is a highlands region east of Neoupo in the north and the Miledos Desert in the south. The central and northern Eastern border is lined with rich and fertile farmland. The South and South-Eastern border consists primary of grasslands and livestock ranches.nestled in the Murberec Mountains and centered on the Mihilala Lake. It is bordered on the West by the city of
Rifori RiverRifori River is the river which passes through Galachfo and feeds the plains and the farmlands to the east. fresh lake on the windward side of the Murberec Mountains.
Leforiv RiverLeforiv River is a the river passing through Rima and feeds the ranches and prairies to the south regions along the windward side of the Murberec Mountains.
Mihala LakeMihila Lake is a freshwater lake found in a valley tucked among the Murberec Mountains.
Lelolak LakeLelolak Lake is a freshwater lake fed from Mihila Lake in the Murberec Mountains.
Rilola LakeRilola Lake is a freshwater lake fed from Mihila Lake in the Murberec Mountains.
Fauna & Flora
Flora Western Mountains Coniferous Forest Eastern Mountains Deciduous Forest Rye, barley, and wheat, along with a wide variety of vegetables thrive in the farmlands around Galachfo and to the east are grown and supply the region. Poppy is also cultivated for its dried seed and is a vibrant crop. Fauna Horses, Goats, sheep, cattle, and hogs run wild and are domesticated in the southern region around and south of Rima . Bream, sturgeon, carp, catfish are bountiful throughout all three regional lakes. Arguably, the "best fishing" is along the southern coast of Mihila Lake and brings a seasonal migration of fishermen which led to the founding of the resort village of Rima Springs .
The high quality sand used in glass production. The grasslands in the southcentral and southeastern areas are home to livestock ranches. The flatlands to the north and central east areas consists of fertile farmland.