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An ancient Realm, once proud and powerful, and the original home of the great Dragon Royals. Now however, devastating wars in the past, and the splitting of the Ten, have resulted in a fallen Realm given in to despair. The once-mighty dragons have been reduced to a bare minimum, and the various kingdoms have turned their focus on their own personal matters. However, despite that, Millirand remains a Realm of beauty, mystery, and magic.
A shadow of its former glory, forever scarred by the horrible wars in its turbulent past. Once home of the Ten before their split and the creation of the Felnova, the Five who remained on Millirand have long since withdrawn from the affairs of the Realm.
The Markers of Millirand, responsible for the Realm's connection to the Void, and to its balance, Lizzarkyth, stand in Jes're'en, as befits the former kingdom of the great Dragon Royals, hidden away in remote locations and protected by powerful Guardians and spellcraft.
Millirand is known for its beautiful, shimmering Realm stars, that often have auras of silvers, blues, and golds. Starcharts are a frequent find in many of its markets, and most of the stars within its Sphere are fixed in positions that do not move. Void stars can faintly be seen and many scholars in Millirand have attempted to map the movements of Void hydras with these, though it is debatable if it has ever been successful or not.
Two moons and a single sun grace the skies of Millrand; the sun, Solari, has long been held sacred to the ancient dragon Court, and many tales surround its beautiful golden rays. One moon shines silver, and is called the moon of ice, I’zyk Lunari; the other shimmers gold, and is called the moon of fire, Fyraen Lunari.
Unique of all the Realms, the energy closest to the Veil is colored an odd, glinting gold, where the nebulous energy (normally colored purples and blues) touches the border of the Sphere itself. Almost electrical patterns may streak across this distant surface, unnoticed by all but the keenest of watchers, who may see such depths into the far-distant heavens.
Millirand's native fauna is quite diverse, with many trees and shrubs, and an abundance of herbs. Very few plant types can't be found if one knows where to look.
commonly found;; Millirand is covered in maple trees, as well as elms, cedars, and redwoods. Oak trees can be found near the White Plains, along the eastern border, and are sparse most other places. The Rynorel forest is home to many different herbs, and is considered one of the best places - besides the vast forests of Lizzarkyth - to find medicinal herbs and plants.
rarely found;; Though flowers are found everywhere across the Realm, in many different varieties and species, roses alone are considered very rare. Roses of all colors were hunted to near extinction for their beauty, and can only be found in the gardens of the rich and powerful. It remains to be seen whether or not they will return to the wild; seeing a wild rose is a very rare, and sacred, occurrence.
doesn't exist;; Oddly enough, Joshua trees and yucca plants cannot be found, as well as many of their relatives.
The various regions of Millirand produce some truly unique trade goods. From Jes're'en comes various artifacts crafted from dragon scales, hides, and bones, whether from old carcasses or taken from more freshly slain dragons. There are rumors that some of these crafts actually come from sarka carcasses. From Noktureesah comes beautiful jewelry and talismans crafted from jade and gold, and various exotic fruits native to the jungles. Khidorah offers many talismans and amulets crafted from pearls and coral, as well as many paints and dyes made from the remains of various sea creatures. Rarely, a brave group of adventurers will bring back something of great value they managed to retrieve from the Darklands.
Millirand uses the currency of the Allied Realms, the jaden. They come in four denominations: the bronze coin, the silver coin, the gold coin, and the platinum coin.
The conversion rate for jaden to USD is 1 jaden = 20 cents.
Average prices for common objects are listed below:
Loaf of bread; 20 jaden.
Sack of potatoes; 50 jaden.
Carrot; 80 jaden.
A pig;; 230 jaden.
A chicken; 60 jaden.
Horse; 5000 jaden.
Average-quality sword; 2000 jaden.
Wooden shield; 400 jaden.
Steel plate armor; 1900 jaden.
Building block; 70 jaden per ton.
Wooden log; 60 jaden.
Average rent; 200 jaden per month.
While many inhabitants of Millirand pay lip service to the Millirand Five, particularly in Sud'rland, true devotion is rare. In Jes're'en, worship of a deity called The One is gaining popularity. However, in Noktureesah, worship of the Five plays an important part in everyday life, and the minotaurs of Rhidora still honor Sago with unwavering devotion.
In the long lost glory days of Millirand, Kazule, king of Jes're'en and first of the dragon royals, was the realm's foremost ruler, and his kingdom the mightiest. Now, however, Jes're'en has fallen from its previous glory, and none of the other regions have risen to power over the others. Each region is largely content to keep to its own territory, and mind its own affairs.
The various national militaries of Millirand are as diverse as they are capable. From the knightly orders of Jes're'en and the fanatical warrior-societies of Noktureesah, to the stalwart shield-wall of the Jotuns and the enigmatic Empyreans of the Darklands, these brave warriors have kept the realm from falling into total chaos.