Current Ruling Style: Monarchy
Current Ruling Body: Queen and Council
Principle NPCs: Queen Gwebbhian
Location: Eastern edge of Smaller Continent, below the Inner Sea and above Fordariam
People: The Venerable Holiness Daibhi XIV [missing], Magne Constans [architect], Sir Hilzana of the Mithrian Knights
Cities: An Clia Kestria [capital], Celestine, Baruthea
Points of Interest: Cathedral of St. Mithria, Rockmoor, The Keep of the Mithrian Knights, The Mithrian Library, The Mages of Light
Primary Markets (import/export): Trade in manuscripts, wool, flax, salmon, high grade iron, sulphur, beer, whiskey


The Kingdom of Cliath was one of the last loyal regions to the time of The Harlaxander Emperors. Imperial knights made up the teachers of the Knights of St. Mithria, and their impact can still be felt, as there is a strict code of honor, a sense of justice, and a strict code of law within this kingdom. The line of the kings here decends from the Imperial Regent, Lord Ulthek, unbroken until recently. The last monarch, King Norland, was the sole male of his father, who was the sole male of that generation. When Norland’s wife gave birth to only one child, and that a girl, the legal restrictions on succession were finally called to light. The rule of the Empire was primigeniture by the males, but if that were to fail, the last blood child would be set as Monarch Regent, to hold until a male could be found. Thus Queen Gwebbhian took the throne, but has yet to name a Consort Regent to sit and manage affairs of state.

Instead, Queen Gwebbhian undertook a massive expansionist campaign, paving commerce roads, extending research into better coastal shipping, and strength of her personal guards in order to raise power in the whole of her Armies.

Current Affairs:

Queen Gwebbhian dispatched a divinely chosen band to determine the failures in implementing one of her road projects into the old lands, but this group never returned. Several were sent before, but to no avail. The problems with this project both personally annoy Queen Gwebbhian , but also cost her politically as some of these new works have been unpopular with the nobles that are paying for their implementation.


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