• Capital
  • City
  • Town
  • Village
  • Hamlet
  • Farmstead


“In the scattered debris of The Void, some individuals of various Races encountered, followed the Boriac, and at some point settled down in pairs or groups.”

Skjald El Mary



The legend is, although wrong in a cartain way, as some of those the Boriac encountered were not wandering nomadic but already living in settlements. But it is true that their size and complexity grew along with the increased population. Most of the settlements of the Dark Ages were destroyed in the World Reforming. More of these few vanished in the 1st Cataclysm and when Ljostari sank. Currently, we know of no existing settlement that can trace its roots back to the Dark Ages.

Skjald Ulrich



A settlement is a location where an individual or group lives, generally as a community with knowledge of its history, rules of coexistence, shared roads, ownership of space, and buildings.

House: A single building with one or more inhabitants.

Farmstead: one or more buildings with one or more families and servants.

Hamlet: Several buildings with local administration.

Village: Several buildings with local administration.

Town: Several buildings with local administration.

City: Several buildings with local administration.

Capital: several buildings with a local administration.

Skjald El Mary



Generally, settlement space is preowned, and visitors have to pay for their stay.

Skjald Sigurd

Last Updated on 2024-02-09 by IoM-Christian