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-- Ard-Dén, lit. "high fort" - the northernmost tip of Red Hamada, frequently storm-beaten. Its inhabitants live in brochs and stone forts. They are fishermen and whale-hunters, tattooed in runes. Ruled by the Ríg, a chieftain. Known for their wonder-voyages, or immrama to strange lands. They worship the sea and its monsters.
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-- most civilized city of Red Hamada. Located inland of its western coast, in the fiord of the Esk, Dva is ruled by the Eorl and has a proper army of footmen and horsemen. Dva has the only mint on the island, and much trade is done with currency struck here. Dva's lands sprawl inland and are divided up and managed by vassals of the Eorl, rich cattle-lords. The able-bodied lords and their sons make up the Eorl's fyrd (army). The horse and the hawk are greatly revered by the Dvans.
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-- the southernmost tip of the island. Peaceful lagoons, crannogs, and sacred shrines mark its serene coastline, while a moorland of heather and standing stones dominate inland. An isolated community of hunters populate this barren region, ruled by the Galdraoí class: rune-spellers, priests, shamans, and conjurers. These Crom-worshippers make human sacrifices to the Crooked One of the Bog at the four sacred festivals of the year. Female Galdraoí are called Spaewives.
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-- lit. "homestead" - a port and market-village at the mouth of the Imbar, with an inn, a smithy, and a variety of merchants offering jewels, textiles, furs, and leathers. Loosely governed by a Reeve, but otherwise lawless, the Tre traders and seafarers do not recognise the authority of the Eorl. Frequently, they have skirmishes with Dva cattle-lords and hill people of the Karnes. The men and women of Tre generally come from other parts of the island, usually second- or third-borns not entitled to inherit who have no desire to work for their older brothers. As such, they turn to viking, trade, and prostitution.
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-- or Kar-Ness, lit. "upland stronghold", also called The Fells - a chain of snowy mountains running like a backbone down the length of the island. The Thurses, a violent race of giant men, inhabit these Fells and keep a fortress between the springs of the Esk and the Imbar.
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-- or Hame-Adâna, lit. "Adâna's home" - treacherous woodland along the eastern edge of the island. A rich source of wood for longships, the sylvan East is where the Áelfar make their homes. These Faer Folk long ago organized itinerant men into wood-clans, the most prominent being Fer Îw, Hy Aldar, and the half-Faer Twath Adâna, who rule from their fortress of Old Duir, or simply Hamadan.
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