Intro

Nations

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Currently in-game is blockaded.

May 07, 2010, at 09:36 PM by Veranxe - added sources. hehe
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Murandy- Technically a monarchy, the peoploe do not really consider themselves the residents of a nation, owing allegiance instead to a town or to a local lord. As a result, the king has very little effective power. The constant squabbling between noble families and their followers also provides opportunities for interference by powerful neighboring nations, especially Andor.

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Murandy- Technically a monarchy, the people do not really consider themselves the residents of a nation, owing allegiance instead to a town or to a local lord. As a result, the king has very little effective power. The constant squabbling between noble families and their followers also provides opportunities for interference by powerful neighboring nations, especially Andor.

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Ghealdan- Relatively small, but well-known for its production of Alum, the crystalline material used widely.

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Ghealdan- Relatively small, but well-known for its production of Alum, one of the most-widely used materials, and also quite expensive.

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Amadicia- Has a monarchy, but the real power is said to be in the hands of the Whitecloaks that have their headquarters there. Aes Sedai are forbidden to enter, due to the Whitecloaks' high distrust and dislike of all channelers.

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Amadicia- Has a monarchy, but the real power is said to be in the hands of the Whitecloaks that have their headquarters there. Aes Sedai are forbidden to enter, due to the Whitecloaks' high distrust and dislike of all channelers.

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Murandy- Technically a monarchy, the peoploe do not really consider themselves the residents of a nation, owing allegiance instead to a town or to a local lord. As a result, King Roedran has very little effective power, especially outside Lugard. The constant squabbling between noble families and their followers also provides ample opportunities for interference by powerful neighbouring nations, especially Andor.

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Murandy- Technically a monarchy, the peoploe do not really consider themselves the residents of a nation, owing allegiance instead to a town or to a local lord. As a result, the king has very little effective power. The constant squabbling between noble families and their followers also provides opportunities for interference by powerful neighboring nations, especially Andor.

February 26, 2010, at 07:34 PM by veranxe - added Shara and Blight
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February 26, 2010, at 07:28 PM by veranxe - Created. very large. Be impressed :D
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