The people of Tebotas are nearly as dark skinned as the Ilael, and there are stories that say that Tebota
Some would consider Ocia to be made up of two people. Those that dwell in the grasslands, and those that
The people of Natiel are a bit darker in skin tone than those to the east or north. They live
The people of Ipruci have a reputation for being shrewd and clever, though they also have a reputation for being
Lethiun is a small and fairly poor country. The past century has seen them suffer from plague, famine, and drought.
There is some question as to whether Gaebli even still is an independent nation. The last generation of their royal
The people of Jolusth are mainly forest dwellers, and build their homes in trees. Those that dwell in the grasslands
Thatela considers itself the pinnacle of civilization. It’s not an entirely unreasonable claim, though they are not the oldest nation.
Akobul has a decent sized desert in it, and yet still managed to be one of the most fertile regions
Here is the map of Tallis minus my crappy coloring job: And here is the map of Tallis with
The people of Petobae are often just called horsemen. Their army is almost entirely made up of cavalry and archers,
Though the islands are generally marked on maps as ‘Ilael’, the people are a seagoing culture and the islands themselves
One of the biggest differences between the people of the Unitafels and the Wilders is that the tribes of the
Manisar is perhaps the oldest continually existing nation. Other nations have been conquered, reformed, and altered through the years, but
The Wilderfolk are not a single culture, or even a single people. No one is entirely certain how many clans