Kaldor

Kaldor is a dual-monarchy, and as of E11Y1332 it remains the only nation on the two colonized continents (Ardoma and Fallemon) that is as such. This dual-monarchy sets the kingdom apart from all the rest. The capital of Kaldor is a place called Stonehold, the largest city in the northern continent, and is the home to both the human kingdom above ground (the upper kingdom) and the dwarven kingdom below ground (the lower kingdom). Very few non-dwarven folk have ever set foot beyond the tourist sector of the dwarven side, though the human side is open to any and all. The two separate kingdoms are separated by a worked-stone hallway that stretches a mile long, 2,500 feet wide and 1,000 feet tall. At both ends of this hallway are a set of massive, adamantine double-doors, roughly 30 feet thick. While these doors are both huge and heavy, they have the capability to close rather quickly. This was a safeguard to protect the upper kingdom from a serious threat originating in the lower kingdom, and vice versa.

The nation is roughly 375 miles east to west, and 220 miles north to south. It is a temperate locale with the Skol mountain range running along the northern border with a side branch of the mountains dipping south through the middle of the nation. Hogunland borders the nation to the north, Vel D’Larna to the east and Baronlands to the south. The western edge is low-laying coastlines with very few islands. This ocean is known as the Mist Shroud.

Cities of Kaldor:
Alden
Anth
Dervy
Galen
Grante
Jasko
Korin
Lar
Parson
Pratin
Stonehold
Tanthas
Urmo
Varga

Kaldor

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