A short-lived kingdom on the northern peninsula of Liat. Declaring its independence from Gameth in the 820’s, the kingdom was focused on preserving the forests and magic of its region until Queen Astrid Nestorius brought it back into the Gamerian fold in 874. Resistance to the reunification persisted for several years, but unrest has been quelled by Queen Astrid's accommodations to regional demands for environmental protections for the Kelethian Woods and investment into the use of magic (most notably with the Refn Reforms of 906). While the capital of Gameria remains the beating heart of the newly resurgent kingdom, the region of Hakon provides Gameth with many of its most powerful druids and spellcasters.
- The ruler of Gameth holds authority over Hakon to raise levies and taxes as they see fit.
- The local monarchs of Hakon, however, have semi-autonomous authority over the kingdom's forests and sites of enchantment that can sometimes contradict the will of the Gamerian royals
To preserve Liat's ecosystem and magical ley lines.