Vangor

Full Name of Nation: The Kingdom of Vangor
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Location: North-central Onland
Area – comparative: 81,182 sq.mi.
Border countries: Ha’th, Rabishu, Vitruvia, Bezzan, Alsace, The Fallen Lands.
Climate: Temperate
Terrain: Mixed (Mountain, hills, forested hills, forest, plains)
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Irrigated land: 77,123 sq.mi.
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Population: 8,118,200
Ethnic groups: 15% – Yuan-Ti, 34% – Human, 27% – Half-Man, 12% – Gnoll, 12% – Other
Religions: 95% – Vangorean Pantheon (State Pantheon), 42% – Temple of Drak, 31% – Temple of Tiamat, 23% – Other
Languages: Vangorean (State Language)
Government type: Dictatorial Bureaucracy
Ruler: Pharaoh Wennifer III (formerly)
Capital: Vangor
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Vangor has been a state of turmoil since before the foundation of the Empire. It is regularly beset by giants and tribes of humanoids from the northern mountain ranges and has wrangled with both Alsace and Vrad on several occasions over the years. Though there has been no open warfare between the two nations Vangor and the Kubitokuni Empire co-exist in a state of enmity. In fact, Vangor’s only cordial neighbor is Rabishu.

But, surprisingly, much of the ancient Vangorean culture has been preserved. Most notably, the bureaucracy of Vangor, which allows citizens to rise in station based upon their merits, rather than their birth, has endured. This is something unique throughout Onland.

There are three major races in Vangor; dark-skinned half-men, sallow skinned humans and yuan-ti. And there are three social classes; slaves, middle-class and nobility. With the exception of the half-men whom are especially bred to be slaves; laborers and warriors, race has no special bearing on class.

Vangor also employs undead. Those people of lower station, (if not fed to the half-men), are frequently raised a zombies, skeletons or ghouls after death to serve the state as laborers (and as levies in times of war). But even more disturbingly, in some areas of Vangor, undead have risen to citizen status and on a few occasions even to the ranks of the nobility.

Vangor

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