A system of tunnels beneath the Royal Palace of Éirigh that lead all the way out to the Woods of Escaine, built as a secret escape route should the Royal Family ever come under attack.
Found in the center of the King's Lands, the Royal City is home to the Royal palace of Éirigh, along with the Royal Family, the most notable nobles, and other favorites of the King.
The Royal Castle of Éirigh is more than just the home of the Royal Family -- it is intended the center of politics and culture for the Kingdom.
A warm, storied tavern where everyone is welcome.
The No Man's Lands are the unclaimed mountainous territories that mark the border between the Kingdom of Éirigh and the Kingdom of Coimeádach.
The Inn and Tavern of Muintir, owned and operated by the Cathasach family until the tragic burning of the village in 1475.
A small, seemingly insignificant village in Laird Sadach's lands, Ceapach is the home to multiple major turns in the life of Lucian "Deordhan" Cathasach's life, and may carry still more weight in the future.
Located at the heart of Éirigh, the King's Lands encompass everything within the Woods of Escaine. This stretch of land is the only part of the kingdom owned and directly ruled by the King, and features both the Royal Palace and the Royal City.
An ancient wood of near mythical proportions that surrounds the King's Lands.
The childhood home of Lucian "Deordhan" Cathasach and Caillte Dochtuir, which was destroyed after aiding and abetting the escape of Prince Finnlay following the First Great Dynastic Shift.
The Teorainn River forms the western border of Éirigh, traveling from the sea all the way to where The Kingdom of Éirigh, The Kingdom of Abhainn, and The Kingdom of Coimeádach meet.
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