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  • Kingdom of Ansibah

    From the shores of the [[Sea of Gold | gold sea]] to the fiery isles of the dreaming sea lies the kingdom of Ansibah. Also called the Twelve Thrones or the Kingdom of the Isles, it is a collection of twelve territories united under a single ruler, …

  • Dir-Jal

    Dir-Jal, also called the City of the Chained God, sits at the bottom of the [[Jalist Valley | valley of Jalist]], next to the sluggish river Dast. A few centuries ago, the river was known for its clear green waters, but the blood flowing from the beast …

  • Pearly Coast

    The Pearly Coast lies north of the Lazy River, in the shade of the Green Mountains. It is full of small, ferociously independent fishing villages, and suspicious hill tribes who rarely interact with outsiders. The Pearly Coast is a fertile but …

  • Hazan

    The Hazan are a proud people, and they have earned that pride. Hundreds of years ago, they lived and hunted from the shores of the Dreaming Sea to the depth of the [[Earti Plains | Earti Plains]], riding horses and keeping on the move, leaving the sea to …

  • People and fashion

    h3. People of the Coast Most [[Hazan | Hazan]] (apart from the barakin) have brown skin, and either red or black curly hair. They are usually tall, a third of them being over six feet. The people of the [[Pearly Coast | Pearly Coast]] tend to have …

  • Fashion and People

    h3. People of the Coast Most [[Hazan | Hazan]] (apart from the barakin) have brown skin, and either red or black curly hair. They are usually tall, a third of them being over six feet. The people of the [[Pearly Coast | Pearly Coast]] tend to have …

  • The Sea People

    The Sea People are the subjects of many stories along the shores of the Dreaming Sea, myth of frightfull mermaids and tall tales of undersea kingdoms that only children, credulous sailors or exentric scholars lend credence to. But the People of the …

  • Slavery

    Slavery is a fact of life everywhere outside of the [[Dir-Jal | City of the Chained God]]. Citizens in Dir-Jal are forbidden to hold slaves by law (a fact that some members of the [[Religions, Myth and Legends | Cult of the Chained God]] cynically explain …

  • Food and Cuisine

    Food is an important part of cultural mores everywhere, and the area around the city of the Chained God is no exception. Wheat, millet and lentils are staple crops everywhere on the coast, and orchards are common, with bananas, tamarinds, apricots, …