MYRLAN

Myrlan is the name given to the western portion of the continent by its founding settlers. It comes from the Hagmyrish words ‘myr’, meaning bog or wetland, and ‘lan’, the word for a portion of land. Though no name exists for it in Myr - the language spoken in Myrlan, the Hagmyrish refer to the whole continent as Jatmarr, simply meaning ‘earth’.

Myrlan is divided up into five counties, each home to a key settlement and governed by a county lord, with Sulland county also holding the royal capital, Heim:

NORLAN

Settlement:
Serpent’s Head
County Lord:

Thane Greyloc

LILLĚHEATH

Settlement:
Heatherfield
County Lord:

Lord Malan

CHARTON WOOD

Settlement:
Ashgate
County Lord:

Erling Hackett

ILMERSHORE

Settlement:
Foxgrove
County Lord:

Alerik Lamarr

SULLAND

Settlement:
Edgecliffe
County Lord:

Ulrik Shayle

Capital city:
HEIM
Governance:

King Markus Vibaere II

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