Uriel

Uriel



Lonsih nazdril korm-gal fenalk kalintol od fen-rafhon bamir



~ Logah Eanoq ~



One great land, Lon-Elah, held by the ocean like a cup to the heavens. Four directions: north, west, south and east. Four elements: earth, air, fire and water. Here, caught upon a single moment, is the world as it was.



 

The Adroqin Vohimar

The Adroqin Vohimar

The mountains of the north. In a great curve they sweep upwards to the top of the world and have within them the highest peak of all, Kasaveh, abode of Vovin.

 

Othil Zilodar

Othil Zilodar

Built after the fall of the old north, Othil Zilodar stands like victory made stone. Here is the seal of unification, authority enough to say, ‘Here I came, here I conquered, and here I will sit for ever’.

 

Kannim

Kannim

The forest of Kannim has long been a refuge for those on the march. A gentle place, large enough to hide an entire people, and in the distant past it became just that – a sanctuary for those that fought against the evil of the old north.

 

Othil Homtoh

Othil Homtoh

Capitol of Sobol and hereditary home to the lords of the west, for many ages Othil Homtoh stood alone against the temptation of the abyss, a great and shining fortress the size of a mountain. Now it stands alone once more, lord of all it surveys.

 

The Piral Jiroks

The Piral Jiroks

The great sea of sand set in the burning south. A trial to the traveller until the building of the great road, spanning it in lofty arcs. Now its sterility is seldom touched, and those that travel it do so alone.

 

Othil Admaq

Othil Admaq

The jewel of Badagar, where the harvest of the world is displayed in all its glory. Beyond the Piral Jiroks it lies, a flame of welcome after the fiery sands. Here is wealth in abundance, both its dominion and its servitude.

 

The Zinznah Zinkao

The Zinznah Zinkao

The Zinkao, the greatest river of Lon-Elah. From the high lands above Othil Ekrin it rises, carving its way down to the boiling sea, before weaving through the mightiest forest of all, the Peisith Oadeas.

 

Othil Ekrin

Othil Ekrin

A labyrinth of stone and water, and the flower of the east. The Korith Zinu, in ages past, came upon a garden of weathered stone within the waters of the Zinkao. Here, upon a wondrous foundation, they built the seat of their heart.

 

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