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Blazing Peak refers both to an active volcano in the Highlands of Uln as well as the ruined Tellurian city below this peak.

The city was originally founded as the second Tellurian city, it's location chosen precisely because of the active nature of the volcano, the Tellurian founders seeking to exploit it for increasing their knowledge of forging. Immediately upon its founding, the settlers met with problems. Due to the volcano's activity, they had problems digging into its sides, with tunnels collapsing due to quakes or flooding with suddenly emerging lava.

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Once the mighty and glorious capital of the Troll Nations, the city of Bregtahlem (a bastardisation of "BeghTrallPlem", Big Troll Place) is now a haunted ruin, swarming with mutants and all manner of other abominations.

The city was destroyed by a large assault of combined forces of Asgardian Military and divine beings more than two thousand years ago and has never been rebuilt. Ever since the destruction of their capital, the trolls have told the story of how the pride of their ancestors caused their downfall.

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High Language: Evermine
Low Language: Immerdelf
Native Language: (To be determined)

Evermine is the prime city of the Tellurians. It is the unofficial capital of the lands of the Utgard Alliance?.

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High Language: Fireforge
Low Language: (n/a)
Native Language: (n/a)

Fireforge is the third inhabited city of the Tellurians. It was founded in the Caldera Rim crater after the catastrophic event creating the Caldera Wasteland. The Caldera Rim crater offered a unique opportunity for the Tellurians, as the crater contains many direct vents into the world's core.

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Grongavar is the main city of the Orcs. It is located on the border between Utgard and the Caldera Wasteland.

History

After the destruction caused by the Archdaemon of Danu, the lands that now form the Caldera Wasteland quickly turned into an arid wasteland. Those Orcs surviving the catastrophe fled from the centre. One site not directly affected was a small fortress near the border of Utgard, owned by an Orc Lord now only known as Grongavar.

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Guardian's Point is a fortress-city on the south-eastern tip of Zarashal, overlooking the entrance to the Green Flow. It was built to protect the entrance of the Green Flow from marauding Asgardians. The Tellurians who built the original fortress made good use of the natural rocky cliffs and created a fortress nearly as impenetrable as their great cities in the mountains of southern Heimr.

These days, the fortress has grown into a city.

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High Language: Troll Harbour
Low Language: Trollenvaart
Native Language (Troll?): JallaPlem

Trollenvaart, also known as JallaPlem by its local inhabitants, is a group of 7 islands closely located to each other. It was originally settled over 1500 years ago by Trolls, who still make up the majority of the population. However, in recent years the islands have been turned into an Utgardian marine base of strategic importance. This has brought along quite a few shipbuilders and merchants.

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High Language: Minfort
Low Language:
Native Language:

Minfort is the second inhabited city of the Tellurians. It was originally founded as "merely" a fortress, to safeguard the Eastern Barrier mountain range and the trade routes that were starting to form. Tellurian prospectors quickly discovered that the mountains also contained large quantities of metals, and started to mine the mountains surrounding the fortress. Slowly, this grew to become the second largest city.

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Asgard has various settlements, ranging from vast cities to small villages and outposts. Most of these vary greatly in both social hierarchy, architecture, local law and justice, and demography.

All offer tithe to the Throne of Asgard, be it in raw materials, trained soldiers, gold or other -more specific- means. In return, the Asgardian Royal Army safeguards the borders and can be petitioned to take action, should settlements face danger.

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Cities

Destroyed cities:

Main cities:

Small cities:

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Tellurian Settlements

Due to the nature of the tellurians they tend to band together in large cities, therefore smaller settlements of tellurians are rare.

Cities

Mining Outposts

Military Outposts

Orcish Settlements

Cities

Villages

Troll Settlements

Large Villages (Cities) Although, after the destruction of their glorious capital Bregtahlem, the trolls refuse to live in cities, some of their villages are large enough to be called cities.

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Ul Targash, "the golden city", former capital of Midgard.

  • Founding: 12 B.T.
  • Founders: Chief Regan Stonecold settled there with his coalition of human tribes.
  • Current Population: Unknown

History

Founding

Ul Targash, was founded by Regan to form a strong coalition of human tribes, ready to defend themselves against the raging hordes of the far stronger Asgard en Utgard.

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