The crown city of Arunisa
An empire in Tanathia. Even after its power collapsed, the language of its people was preserved as the common speech of western Tanathia and the Gahuzan Archipelago.
A kingdom whose rulers were allied with the Ankaykari Lord Tassedehami. The royal dynasty of Namiva was eventually overthrown by the Wizard Rakkian.
The son of Lord Naskremari and Alranisha. As Emperor of Yanbuka, he is one of the most powerful Kaniyari.
The Esu Ankaykari who rules the court of Burshnar
A blood-drinking fish found in the swamp of Nursumemur and around the mouth of the river Sanurath. Naurgaths will attach themselves to any creature which comes too close to the waters where they dwell — including human travelers.
The less powerful Ankaykari. Since the status of an Esu depends on the strength of their court, they are continually endeavouring to secure the allegiance of the Nayusuru.
The Treaty of Nenathal ~
An ancient set of Ankaykari laws which dictate how mundane territories should be governed and how war should be conducted in Udaris.
Nemzemel is master of the imperial library at Kahunaske. Although he seldom takes any interest in politics, he is not to be underestimated, for he is a Kaniyari mage of Akes-dakrasu rank.
The region of Askamar ruled by the Esu Lord Takanepi. It is a barren, windswept land with rugged mountains and plains covered in scree and ice.
Nugra Gauran ~
A nobleman who gave his allegiance to Daskesurul and became Vassal-King of Eoradha
The region of Askamar where the Nayusuru Lord Kurunari dwells. Much of the land is covered by a vast swamp through which the channels of the river Sanurath flow.