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==The Nations==
 
==The Nations==
 
===The City State of Sylverda===
 
===The City State of Sylverda===
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Nestled in the dense forests of northern Aukroa, the city of Sylverda has always prided itself on living in harmony with its surroundings. The city sprawls through clearings in the Mother Forest and many small streams flow through it. Wood is the preferred material for construction, and living trees as sometimes shaped to serve as structural elements. Stone and metal are used where they must be.
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Nestled in the dense forests of northern Aukroa, the city of Sylverda has always prided itself on living in harmony with its surroundings. The city sprawls through clearings in the Mother Forest and many small streams flow through it. Wood is the preferred material for construction, and living trees as sometimes shaped to server as structural elements. Stone and metal are used where they must be.
  
 
Rather than fields of crops, and herds of animals, Slyverdans blend their food crops and game with the forest. Fruit bearing trees, berry-bearing bushes, mushrooms, and various vegetables and beans grow all around the city, free for all to harvest under the guidance of the Foresters. Herds of deer, sheep, and boars call the forest home. Hunting is likewise managed by the Foresters, with all citizens permitted to hunt as needed, or to sell their spoils to those that can't hunt.
 
Rather than fields of crops, and herds of animals, Slyverdans blend their food crops and game with the forest. Fruit bearing trees, berry-bearing bushes, mushrooms, and various vegetables and beans grow all around the city, free for all to harvest under the guidance of the Foresters. Herds of deer, sheep, and boars call the forest home. Hunting is likewise managed by the Foresters, with all citizens permitted to hunt as needed, or to sell their spoils to those that can't hunt.
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The most common mounts and beasts of burden are domesticated axe-beaks, who are better suited to the root tangled terrain of the Mother Forest than horses.
 
The most common mounts and beasts of burden are domesticated axe-beaks, who are better suited to the root tangled terrain of the Mother Forest than horses.
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===The "Wild" Nations===
 
===The "Wild" Nations===
 
While it is more diplomatic to refer to the Orc, Goblin, and Lizardfolk nations by their proper names, or as the Peoples of the Land, in common usage they are referred to as the Wild Nations. They are the original inhabitants of Aukroa, along with many other across the continent, who lived there for millennia, before the refugees from the fourth continent settled in Aukroa following its destruction in the Rain of Unending Sorrow.
 
While it is more diplomatic to refer to the Orc, Goblin, and Lizardfolk nations by their proper names, or as the Peoples of the Land, in common usage they are referred to as the Wild Nations. They are the original inhabitants of Aukroa, along with many other across the continent, who lived there for millennia, before the refugees from the fourth continent settled in Aukroa following its destruction in the Rain of Unending Sorrow.

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