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  • Capital City: Polokwane
  • System of Governance: Various Kingdoms
  • Leaders:
  • Primary Religion: Various
  • Languages: Various
  • Majority Races: Barbarian/Human
  • Strong Minorities: Canid, Felinae, Goblinoid
  • Real World Influence: loose nations of North Africa


The vast lowlands of Limpopo are distant, deeply isolated, and poorly understood. Isolated beyond the Kategonia Mountains and the Demon Wastes from interaction with most of the rest of the world, very few people come and go from Limpopo, and the cultures that have arisen there have done so along paths that are substantially divergent from other places on the continent, especially over the last few centuries since the expansion of the Demon Wastes has led to a near-total cutoff from communication and exchange with outsiders.

Limpopo, broadly the name of a sequence of large historical empires and currently a large nation in and of itself, is actually composed of a variety of kingdoms as diverse and varied as western Eurus or the Coda, but whose details are less well known or understood.

The people are largely Barbarian and Human, but substantial minorities of Canid and Felinae are also present within the kingdoms of Limpopo. Additionally, there are subregions with strong goblinoid minorities as well, and a scattering of all the races in evidence. The land ranges from semi-arid in the north to coastal plains, foothills, even forested mountains in the south.


Culture found in land


what faiths are present, what are the views on faith

Social Structure

How the society is structured

Customs and Holidays

What days matter to the people

Arts and Exceptionalism



Detail Map

Organization of the Land

How the power structure is divided regional (i.e. Duchies, Baronies, Lordships, etc.)



Foreign Relations


History since the Dragon Wars

Early History

National History

Major Modern Events

What events will have shaped the experience of characters having grown up there


The physical lay of the land

Notable Features


Peculiar Destinations

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