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KAMELOTH (Duchy of)

Location: Continent of Brun, southeast of Leeha, along the small Bay of Kameloth. NW

Area: 4,738 sq. mi. (12,270 sq. km.).

Population: 19,000, 77% humans, 17%hin, 6% elves.

Languages: Alphatian, Heldannic, Lalor, Elvish (Shiye-Lawr dialect).

Coinage: Alphatian Standard: crown (gp), mirror (sp), judge (cp); barter common among elves.

Taxes: 25% income tax, collected yearly.

Government Type: Duchy, member of the Norwold Confederacy.

Industries: Fishing, agriculture, cattle, mining.

Important Figures: Shuren (Duke, human, male, M18/F16), Jonas Whiteshore (Seneschal, hin, male, F3).

Flora and Fauna: All kinds of terrain are present in Kameloth: overgrown forests in the south, rolling and steep hills in the west and lowlands and grasslands in the east and centre. As a result, many types of natural products grow here, from vegetables to cereals, from evergreen trees to fruits and underbrush. Wild animals and small tribes of orcs and hill giants live in the western hills between Kameloth and Leeha, while wolves and ferocious predators can be found in the south. Monstrous fish also prey on the smaller ones in Kameloth Bay. Dragons from the Wyrmsteeth make occasional forays into this territory as well.

Further Reading: CM1 Test of the Warlords, previous almanacs.

No description this year. [Adik and Arcadius provided us with basic dominion information, but no insight-watch for more next year. Ed.]

Also, even if not technically part of the dominion, the Strait of Todstein to the north has a bad reputation among the locals [and this is confirmed by the rumours about that place that circulate in the northern County of Draken as well. Adik.]. It is believed that the Isles of Todstein and Graben were once inhabited by a fiendish necromancer that got blasted by the Immortals for the heinous crimes perpetrated on the folk living in those islands. Nowadays the isles are presumed deserted and the sailors keep away from the fog-filled area.