Stettin

Stettin is the largely agrarian nation to the south of Loiret. Here King William Frederick I, named Bloody Beak in hushed whispers, rules from the mountain city of Griffinholm. Several larger cities, such as Seltzin, Weimar, Cadent, and Crista, dot the countryside to the south before the plains give way to savanna and desert.

To the west lies the arid land of Jerez and to the east lies the roaming hobgoblin tribes of Warsangali. There the human population dwindles to small groups of herders.

Stettin has a rigidly enforced feudal society and the monarch rules with absolute power. William Frederick wields this power at a whim and has little patience for dissent. Fortunately, most of his rages are confined to the capital city leaving the rest of his nation to eek out a living in the harsh wilderness.

Stettin

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