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The northernmost of the two states, Vaasa is also the smaller. The kingdom lies in a triangular region bounded by the Earthspur Mountains, the Great Glacier, and the forbidding Galena Mountains. For centuries untold, Vaasa remained an unclaimed wasteland of frozen moors and broken clumps of tundra, a captured pocket of deep winter. Summer does come here, if only for a few short weeks. Even then, Vaasa feels the edge of its climate's wickedness. When the moor waters melt and the to players of tundra soften, the entire region becomes one vast bog of sludge and mud where the tallest horse would wet its belly as the saying goes in Damara. Even more insidious, many bottomless bogs open up, particularly in the central region, above the Beaumaris River. These deadly moors would do much more than wet a horse’s belly! Where some small farms have been scratched in Vaasa's rocky soil, harvests show a somewhat fertile land. However, nowhere in the entire kingdom has a large enough stretch of farmable land been found capable of really making a prosperous existence or, of supporting a small-scale community.

Few people live in Vassa..... Even they probably wonder why.

 

 

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