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  • Caen, the World of Iron

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  • Kingdom of Cygnar

    Cygnar is the largest and most powerful of the Iron Kingdoms. Its capital is [[Caspia]], located at the southern end of the Black River. It is also the home to [[Corvis]], City of Ghosts, birthplace of the [[Corvis Treaties]], and a critical trade nexus …

  • Kingdom of Ord

    Something of a backwater territory, Ord has a long, rugged coastline, and many of its citizens live near the water's edge and make their living off the sea. It's a dangerous life, for the waters of the western seas are harsh, and pirates from the Scharde …

  • Kingdom of Llael

    A kingdom with little natural resources, magical or technical skill, Llael manages to eke out an existence by exploiting its proximity to the Black River trade route, serving as an intermediary between [[Rhul]] and [[Kingdom of Cygnar | Cygnar]]. The …

  • Protectorate of Menoth

    The Protectorate is the newest of all the Iron Kingdoms. It was born of a religious schism within [[Kingdom of Cygnar | Cygnar]] just over a century prior, wherein worshippers of the ancient god Menoth began to contest the state religion, the Church of …

  • Kingdom of Khador

    This rustic realm is a sharp contrast to the more modern kingdoms of Cygnar and Llael. It is a large and harsh land with scattered resources, many of its expanses sparsely populated by a tough and grim people. Its citizens are simple folk, but they are …

  • Rhul

    Compared to the dynamic kingdoms of Men and the strange doings of the inscrutable elves, the dwarves are a bastion of order and reason. Their society has been without major upheaval for over a thousand years, and the history of Rhul traces back longer …

  • Ios

    Elvenkind are reclusive, secretive– many would even say xenophobic. They are also chaotic and unpredictable, at least to the more ordered minds of Men and dwarves. There is one thing for certain, though– those who approach Ios without being invited do not …

  • Nightmare Kingdom of Cryx

    Far to the west, in the pirate-infested coastal waters past the Broken Coast of western Cygnar, lie the Scharde Islands. Upon the largest isle lies the kingdom of Cryx. The jagged, foreboding coastline of Scharde hints at the realm's true nature– it is a …

  • Bloodstone Marches

    Although not a kingdom by any means, the Bloodstone Marches are a daunting and significant region adjacent to the Iron Kingdoms, one which has drawn recent attention by current events. Situated north of the [[Protectorate of Menoth | Protectorate]] …

  • Dwarves

    The dwarves are the next most populous and influential of the races native to the Iron Kingdoms. Their civilization in [[Rhul | Rhul]] is ancient by the measure of humanity, and the city of [[Ghord]] was counted a wonder of the age even four thousand …

  • Elves

    There are actually two types of elves in the Iron Kingdoms, the [[Iosan | elves of Ios]], and the [[Nyss]], also known as the winter elves. The [[Nyss]] are a very small offshoot of the most common elf, numbering approximately 10,000, almost all of whom …

  • Goblins

    Goblinkind has prospered in recent centuries, and it is believed these small and clever people may now outnumber the [[Elves | elves]] (whose numbers have been waning). However, they do not have their own nation or civilization, and are scattered widely …

  • Ogrun

    Ogrun have been active participants in the Iron Kingdoms as far back as written history goes. They fought on the front lines of the Molgur armies and stood against the Khadorans in their only city, Hellspass. Otherwise, they have fought in nearly every …

  • Trollkin

    Although believed to be fewer overall than ogrun, the trollkin are a more common sight in human cities. The majority of trollkin live in eastern [[Kingdom of Cygnar | Cygnar]], although a great number are also found in the ranks of Lord Toruk's armies in …

  • Morrow and Thamar

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  • Menoth

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  • Cyriss

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  • Devourer Wurm

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  • Great Fathers of the Dwarves

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  • Doomed Gods of the Elves

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  • Dhunia

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  • Lord Toruk

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  • Humans of Caen

    The Iron Kingdoms are the lands of humanity, first and foremost. They are by far the most numerous race in the region, and it is their struggles, wars, and history which have shaped this land. The humans of the Iron Kingdoms are a varied and hardy cross …

  • Iosan

    The elves of [[Ios]] are a dying race. Long ago they were prosperous and their empire stretched over much of Central Immoren. After a great cataclysm destroyed their empire, as well as ultimately most of their gods, the elves settled in [[Ios]]: and then …

  • Nyss

    The Nyss were a nearly forgotten people until recent times. The Nyss were formerly members of the [[Ios | Iosan kingdom]], but based on a prophecy of Aeric, the priest of the god [[Doomed Gods of the Elves | Nyssor]] at the time, they left the Iosan lands …

  • Ascendants of Morrow

    The following lists all the current Ascendants which serve as Morrow's most powerful divine servants and serve as patrons for those who worship the god. Having a patron Ascendant is common both for clerics as well as pious laymen. |_. Name |_. Patron …

  • Scions of Thamar

    The following lists all the current Scions which serve as Thamar's most powerful divine servants and serve as patrons for those who worship the goddess. Having a patron Scion is common both for evil clerics as well as superstitious criminals. |_. Name …

  • History of the Iron Kingdoms

    More than a thousand years ago, the land that is now called the Iron Kingdoms was western Immoren, a mire of warring human city-states. Strong leaders would come and go, but in the chaotic realm then known as the “Thousand Cities” no one could carve out a …

  • Gobbers

    h4. Racial Traits * *Average Height:* 2'9" - 3'4" * *Average Weight:* 30 lbs - 50 lbs * *Ability Adjustments:* +2 Dexterity, -2 Strength * *Size:* Small * *Speed:* 20 ft. * *Vision:* Low-Light * *Languages:* Common, Molgur (goblin dialect) …

  • Bogrin

    h4. Racial Traits * *Average Height:* 3'4" - 4'3" * *Average Weight:* 40 lbs - 60 lbs * *Ability Scores:* Dexterity +2, Intelligence -2, Charisma -2 * *Size:* Small * *Speed:* 20 ft. * *Vision:* Low-Light * *Languages:* Common, Molgur ( …

  • Khard

    The Khardic men and women of Khador are large in stature and long in memory. It is said that--often by the Khards themselves--the bloodlines of giants run in their veins. This may well be true. Indeed, theirs is a harsh land where only the strong survive. …

  • Kossite

    Few lands are as untamed as savage Khador, and few people are as untamed as the Kossites. The people of the long-lost realm of Kos are reclusive, living in relative confinement among the very trees they embody; they are tall and thick-limbed like the …

  • Ryn

    Llael has been labeled "a nation of a million-and-one princes." If this is true, every Ryn must think himself a noble. Immorese folk display their hard labors on their faces; dark and worn, weathered and scarred. This is not the case in Llael, where the …

  • Skirov

    On the fringes of the Motherland, high in the Khadoran mountains, reside the barbaric Skirov. Never a unified nation, they were primarily hordes descending from their mountain retreats in ages past to raid and pillage their pastoral cousins. In those long …

  • Umbrean

    Just east of the Khadoran-Llaelese border, the Umbreans of Laedry -- where many of them reside -- are a minority if ever one existed. They are few in number, and it seems both the Khadorans and the good folk of Llael prefer it so. To most Khadorans, these …

  • Morridane

    Generations ago, east of Tordor and south of the Khardic Empire, dark forests and mysterious swamplands made up the river valley called Morrdh, named for the nearly forgotten ancient kingdom that only exists now beyond a veil of memory and myth. This is …

  • Midlunder

    Dominating the northern regions of Cygnar, the Midlunder population is second only to the Caspians, and a more obstinate breed doesn't exist. These no-nonsense, rugged folk look for the most practical means of accomplishing a task, and won't quit until it …