The The people of Nyrond have long dwelt in the wide plains of Old Aerdy West between
the Franz River to the west and Harp River in the east. Most of the humans of Nyrond are
of Oeridian heritage. But, there is also a strong Suel influence in the south and a mix Flan
from the region’s original inhabitants. High elves dwell on the fringes of the Gamboge Forest,
with their wood elf cousins abiding in the deeper reaches of the woods and in the Celadon
Forest to the southeast. Gnomes and dwarves populate the warrens and caverns of the
Flinty Hills, lending mineral wealth to the kingdom’s economy. The modern day kingdom
stretches from the waters of Relmor Bay to the open fields east of the Gamboge. The
Kingdom of Nyrond is a vast land with much potential.
With the Black Prince deposed and Lynwerd back on the throne, Nyrond faces yet
another period of rebuilding as it strengthens its borders to secure its interior. Whispers
of the Black Prince’s brief rule still echo through the kingdom’s thorps and manors.
Religious tensions with an aggressor nation still loom in the north. A tyrant broods in
the east, while an army of monstrous marauders and an angry green dragon press
against the Flinty Hills. And pirates continue to vex the waters of Relmor Bay,
more active than ever.
Despite these tribulations, the Kingdom of Nyrond cleaves to its old traditions of
good and honor. It is still a place of adventure, a land of heroes, and a bastion of
good in a world of dark threats.
The warriors of Nyrond are brave warriors who strive to fight on in the face of the
deadliest of threats and bleakest of hopes. They are perhaps the most loyal army
in the world, and they have never shrugged off the duty of protecting their homeland.