The largest city in Eastern Pfemba.
The original people to settle on what is now Yenagun were vena. It was never a city during this time - the climate was much too warm to attract vena in any large numbers.
They also encountered humans here, in shallow-water fishing boats from the west. When the humans discovered the sparsely-populated land, they quickly began to colonise it, naming the now-developing city Jovham.
This human name for the city came from the River Jova (meaning 'vena-water'), which was believed by some to have mystical properties. Both names use the term 'fae' to describe the pale vena, likening them to mysterious, magical elves from their own myths and stories. Now, the term is considered distasteful and even insulting.
Not long after that, the newly-introduced people that had previously been unaware of others across the oceans fell into conflict, and the Great War broke out.
During the War, the tilkens invaded Yenagun from the south. In celebration, they renamed the city after the commander who had led the attack, Qutlläk.
After the Blink Treaty was signed, the city was officially given to the humans, though tilkens maintained political control along with their newly-acquired settlements along the eastern coast of Pfemba.
The tilken name, k'änläl qutlläkune, also stuck, and eventually became abbreviated to Yanlal-Kutla, and then Yenagun.
A large waterway in Neyush, running from arctic vena territories through to the warm, oceanic Yenagun