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  • Place-Tarve

    An expansive kingdom of men and gaints that the Empire started butting heads with a millennium ago. During their many wars, the Empire would carve out a portion of their territory before finally being stopped at Fortress Terrinad in a strategic mountain …

  • Place-Zulcosedil

    Daraverth or Drakenverth in the Draconic. A land ruled by dragons, and it'll remain like as long as they have any say, much to the Empire's dislike. The land is magically fertile, thus its ability to support the very large dragon and drake population. …

  • Place-Thilmir

    A peaceful nation, not quite a kingdom. It's dotted with the small villages and occasional larger town of pechs, as well as the various groves of rootwalkers. The Empire could take it in in a week (the time it'd take an army to march all across it) if …

  • Place-Nandle

    An ever vigilant nation of orcs and ogres, it is yet another nut that the Empire has found to be hard to crack. Available races: Ogres and Orcs Back to [[Places | Places]]

  • Place-Soduge

    A land of proud warriors. Though not as tough as those in Nabdle Heights, they posses less interest lands to the Empire and so have not had reason to fight them off. They have semi constant raiding parties sent up to [[Place-Thilmir | Thilmir]]. They used …

  • Place-Grinkworks

    Perhaps the most maddening neighbor to the dwarves of the Empire as its goblin tinkerers having managed to create what best can be understood as living constructs. Available races: Goblins and Unborn Back to [[Places | Places]]

  • Place-Stonereach

    The Empire originates from one of the oldest dwarven holds known. Many scholars, some less reputable than others and all almost certainly bribed, claims it to have been the very first dwarven hold, though there is really no evidence of such. It posses …

  • Place-Thronehold

    The dwarven capitol citadel. Over the centuries of the Empire the original dwarven hold has largely been remade into the royal palace, with the commons having effectively been moved to the Goldpeaks and a few lesser holds within the mountains nearby. …

  • Place-Goldpeaks

    Gentle hill country settled mostly by dwarves and gnomes. The hills used to contain gold, but now they are mostly named after the grain fields that grow on them. The residents are mostly descendants of the original dwarven kingdom. As such, they have a …

  • Place-Grognum

    The long time settlement of the dwarves' giant and ogre armies. When they weren't in use in other campaigns, the giants and ogres are were stationed here, along the boarder with the Zulcosedil as relations between the two nations had never been very …

  • Place-Greendale

    While technically a province of the empire, the Greendale is a kingdom with a king. It was in fact the first conquest of the Empire, during the war between the dwarves and the elves. The elves lost. The human kingdom in the land (the elves living in the …

  • Place-Kalameothe

    The plains used to belong to numerous warring human kingdoms and city states. This disrupted the dwarves trading interests, so they came in to bring order to the region. Many would say they were overzealous in this, as they established many forced labor …

  • Place-Stormwood

    The Stormwood was another direct conquest by the dwarves against the elves. Available races: Elves and Rootwalkers Back to [[Place-Stonereach | Stonereach]]

  • Place-Red-Sea

    A relatively new expansion of the Empire, the Red Sea is named after the red colored sands that fill the desert. They soon realized that it was because the region was rich with iron deposits, which the dwarves greatly desired to control. They began great …

  • Place-Melfidest

    assist them in removing the goblins, but they were also interested in other aspects of Empire life. The dwarves were only too happy to oblige, as they've been seeking ways to study the unborn. Available races: Unborn Back to [[Place-Stonereach | …