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Cut down the center by the Sea of the Skull, crisscrossed with man-made and natural water-ways and blanketed in green, the Mountain Kingdom is home to the Aureates, one of the oldest civilizations in the world. For nearly two millenia, their rulers have been overshadowed by the Ivory Warlocks, a race of pale giants who, under the direction of their ancient father, Primus, learned to harness the power of the stars.
In recent times heavy taxation, poor distribution of resources, disorganized leadership and tension between the Aureate kings their Ivory counterparts has forced a wave of refugees into the neighboring Crescent Kingdom, even as Primus threatens to wage war against it.
Ravaged by cycles of flooding, heat, and drought, the Crescent Kingdom is none the less home to some of the most fertile forests in the world, splendid with life and color during the spring and summer months. The land is ruled by the Jets, a people who have, in ancient times, driven out all before them, and whose culture is as opulent and unforgiving as the land. At present, they find the Crescent inundated by Aureates from the Mountain Kingdom, welcomed by the Jet leadership but often not by the Jets themselves. Aureate influence prompts the evolution of Jet culture, leading to the mixing of cherished Jet lineages with Aureate blood, and giving birth to a racial hierarchy and frequently to violence.
Iron Valley exists in a separate era, on another planet from the other two kingdoms. Shrouded in mist and hedged in on every side by forbidding mountain ranges, Iron Valley is home to a proud race of warriors called the Ferric. For centuries, their kings have been the soul and the jewel of their nation, the fathers of their culture and the highest general of their armies. But now, under the unsteady leadership of the volatile and vindictive King Rex, the fabric of their culture is threatened by anarchy as they struggle to retain their national identity without being destroyed by their own king.