Sylvanator
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Sylvanator

  • Capital City: Myn'Traval
  • System of Governance: stuff
  • Leaders: Gothar Brightvale
  • Primary Religion: Sidhe pantheon
  • Languages: Sylvan
  • Majority Races: Gael'braugh
  • Strong Minorities: NA
  • Real World Influence: NA

Overview

High Level Overview of the place

Culture

Culture found in land

Religions

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

Politics

Government

Detail Map

Organization of the Land

Sylvanator does not divide it's land into smaller regional political units, because by and large Myn'Traval does not RULE Sylvanator, they are mostly the buffer between them and the outside world. The majority of communities are small villages which operate in a communal manor. The people come together, sharing all they have with their neighbors, and receiving goods which they could not procure themselves. The larger communities have more traditional money based economies. All communities pay tribute to Myn'Traval in exchange for outside goods, and the safety offered them by it's strong presence.

Demographics

Economy

Foreign Relations

Maintains open relations with Subir to provide a buffer state with Ruslav. This is an open secret, providing material and economic aid as needed. Sylvanator fears Ruslav in a vague way, mostly due to proximity, and their history of conquering the rest of Boreas.

Sylvanator is mysterious and prefers to keep that reputation with outsiders. Most know only of the port city of Myn'Traval, which acts as the only official gateway into and out of the country and the location for any diplomatic envoy to make contact with the nation. Myn'Traval is considered the capitol only by other nations, but it is unknown if the Gael'bragh of Sylvanator consider this to be the case. Those that grow up in the interior rarely leave, and those born outside are rarely welcomed into the interior, even if they are Gael'bragh themselves. Most visitors will never see anything beyond the port city itself.

History

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

Geography

The physical lay of the land

Notable Features

Climate

Peculiar Destinations

See Also

Gael'Braugh

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