Home of the Dwarves (and Gnomes), dense mountains with vast, cavernous cities beneath.   The southern reaches of the kingdom are well traveled with good roads for trade and traveling upper class, while the northern reaches are treacherous roads through valleys and mountain passes, but a great deal of the region can also be traveled underground.  


Nidavellir measures 275 miles across, and 150 miles north to south, run through with mountains with a deep basin in the center.


Nidavellir's climate is generally cool, colder in the north, warmer in the south and east, and damp along the coast, thanks to the frequent storms crashing into the sea cliffs. In the central regions, spring and fall temperatures hover in the low 60s, summers get into the low 70s, with winters in the 40s, with occasional snowfalls. Underground the temperatures are consistent year round, getting either warmer or colder the deeper you go, depending on where in the kingdom you are.

Natural Resources

Nidavellir is richest in stone and the ore within it, gems, gold, copper, iron, coal and even Mountain Butter lie deep in the earth. Aboveground, the rivers are crystal clear, thick with fish in many places, and the the banks and mountains are dense with oak and pine trees. The woods are alive with boar, squirrels, deer and other game, while shaggy cows and brown faced sheep roam the foothills. For a place with such short folk, the chickens are as tall as humans.
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