Approximate Area

14,700 Square Kilometers

Approximate Population





God Emperor Anamril Gryne




Kaillan, Tribal Languages




Rare Metals, Camels


Wood, Soldiers, Arms, Cheap Labor, Livestock

Kailla is the second largest country on the archipelago, occupying the southern section of Nulest, below Bhustan. Northern Kailla is a largely hilly area, transitioning into colder plains in more southern areas. Furthermore the Kaillan Tribal Area in the less hospitable far west consists of a string of hills transitioning into a sandy beach, perpetually damp, cold and foggy. Several rivers flow from the hills towards the sourthern coast, forming the basis of Kaillan agriculture, as well as the plateaus upon which the major fortresses of Kailla are placed, most notably Nuelle and Riverbend.

Kailla is also the only country with any real cliffs, due to a precipitous drop on most of the eastern and south eastern coast. Inset in these are several valleys, none of which have fertile soil and most of which are used for defense. The southern valleys tend to have rivers, but northern valleys usually end close to the border of much drier Bhustan.

Kailla is ruled entirely by a large and ancient dynasty believed to have divine blood. Influence is controlled almost entirely by nearness of relation to the current emperor. Personal freedoms are minimal, with explicit permissions needed to travel for all those who aren't viewed as divine. The emperor splits Kailla as seen fit along two unrelated lines, that of the political and that of the military. The military territories consist of the Border Forts, the Tribe Watchers, the West River Area, the East Canyons, the South, and the Emperor's Domain, and have for several generations. The politcal territories are far less stable, largely due to the numerous failed uprisings. Of these Angan and the North Kaillan Ghost Towns are most relevant, with Angan serving as the area the Emperor personally controls and Ghost Town governance given as a punishment.

In addition to the provinces Kailla has several centralized functions. These include internal travel and the prison system, both due to the uprisings from the various nobles claiming a purer bloodline than that of the Emperor. Connected to both of these functions are several orders of government agents, each of which is tasked to watch the population, the nobility, and the other groups of agents. The only exception to this are the Outer Watch, the order dedicated to watching foreign countries, most notably Southern Bhustan.