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Location: Southwestern coast of Isle of Dawn.
Area: 92,035 sq. mi. (238,371 sq. km.).
Population: 10,000 including Furmenglaive (2,000) and Caerdwicca (1,000).
Languages: Thyatian (Redstone dialect), Alphatian (Hillvale dialect).
Coinage: Emperor (5 gp), lucin (gp), asterius (sp), denarius (cp). Alphatian coins are also very common: crown (gp), mirror (sp), judge (cp).
Taxes: 25% income tax collected quarterly (Va. 1, Ya. 1, Fy. 3, and Ei. 1). Thyatians abroad must still pay their taxes. 5% imperial sales tax on all transactions.
Government Type: Dominion under the jurisdiction of the Empire of Thyatis.
Industries: Agriculture, fishing, sheep.
Important Figures: Phileus Furmenglaive (Count of Furmenglaive, human werewolf, male, F20), Lyra Furmenglaive (Countess of Furmenglaive, human werewolf, female, P20 of Protius), Uthgaard McRhomaag (Baron of Caerdwicca, human, male, F16).
Flora and Fauna: The province has normal animals and plants found for lands of tropical plains, hills and forest (which are too numerous to all list here). Most of the province is wilderness, and almost any type of monster can be found in its depths.
Further Reading: M5 Talons of Night, Dawn of the Emperors boxed Set, previous almanacs.
Description by Stefania Torion.
The Province of Meridiona is almost entirely untamed wilderness. Only the sparsely settled Barony of Caerdwicca and County of Furmenglaive have seen any real development. Caerdwicca subsists by herding sheep and privateering. Agriculture and fisheries support the people of Furmenglaive. This area was largely left to its own devices until recently, with imperial colonisation centred upon developing the northern and central sections of the Isle of Dawn. The Great War almost completely bypassed this area, though the privateers of Caerdwicca and the pirates of Ne'er-do-well clashed fiercely at sea.
The people of Meridiona have been close-knit and insular. Rumours of evil wizards and lycanthropes in the wilds of Furmenglaive have limited immigration there, and the people of Caerdwicca only welcome those with their, shall we say, unique enterprising spirit. The northern area is untamed and largely unexplored, with only a few wandering hermit types calling it home. This may change in the future as the recent colonisation wave continues and more of the empire is developed and settled. Some stalwart immigrants have already increased the settlement of Caerdwicca and Furmenglaive.