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Khan Province, Tsetsegia

The Khan province is best known for the port of Saikhan and it's museum as well as the naval institution established there, but it is also the district closer to the once sister-nation of Gurga and the cultures have mingled more here than other places, but so has the stress of the potential battles to come.



  • Vishkanya: 36%
  • Demi: 26%
  • Ulukana: 19%
  • Avaar: 9%
  • Rakag: 8%
  • Other: 2%Cultural


  • Ulus: 88%
  • Rhoroan: 7%
  • Thule: 3%
  • Other: 2%



  Hakat Jegu Enebish Male Vishkanya Former lieutenant to the Wind Spear Lives in Khashig   Khan Dalantai Kurubak Male Vishkanya Third in a successive line of Senators of the Khan Hearth, but firth of the Kurubak family Lives in Galsegsogt  

Appointing Officials:

  This is determined by the Province and in Khan Senators are determined by a vote of Citizens and final selections are done by former officials called Honored Citizens.   Honored Citizens:
  • Have acted as a settlment official in some capacity, which are elected by their community. This can be from a village leader to the governor of a city.
  • Provide for their current settlement. This must be in a physical and practical capacity such as bringing in food, clothing, or other necessities.
  • Takes part in an counts in the population of the annual census.
  • Chosen in an annual vote to be an Honored Citizen even if the other standards are not met. This occurs during the census.
Governor: Oversees the employment of other local officials as well as passing or rejecting policies for local law or letgislature. Can be ousted or overruled by Senators.  

Noteable Laws:  

  • Slavery and even Indentured Servitude is Outlawed in the Khan Province.
  • While Tsetsegia at large is not under the Arcane Accords, magic is overseen by Spirit Callers who work for the Wood Shaman. They are final arbiters over what is considered legal to use and affect the lands within the Khan.
  • Private Military forces are outlawed within the Khan. No Hearth, House, or Business entity may have under their emply more than 1 security/protector personel per non-security/protector member.


Roughly 2,000 soldiers.

Industry & Trade

  • The training of naval personel.
  • Furs, leathers, and hunting goods.
  • Rice.


The sewer system established in Saikhan is slowly being expanded throughout the province.



  • Saikhan
  • Galsegsogt
  • Khuren
  • Khashig

Points of interest

  • Museum of Hallowed Stones - Saikhan
  • Fort Khada - Eastern Khan Province
  • Tsetsi Naval Academy - Saikhan
  • Temple of the Waters Dark - Galsegsogt
  • The Orchard of Singing Plums - Khashig


The Khan is mostly woodlands and scattered plains.


Constantly rainy, but often warm. The dangers of the humidity and heat can be very real in summer months while winters bring in harsh snow and ice storms.

Natural Resources

  • Rice
  • Tsetsi Soil (soil unique to Tsetsegia that seems to filter and support far more water than most)
  • Duskmelon (a strange and sweet gourd with lots of nutrients that grows under dim skies)
  • Plums (juicy stonefruit great in a multitude of dishes and can be dried into prunes)
  • Plum wood (harder than cherry wood and good for musical instruments and tool handles)
Alternative Name(s)
"The Khan"
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