The Tome of Lore: Table of ContentsSryth™ Expanded Info Entry
The Realm of Hadrigon
The people of this vast grassland realm are the only true descendants
of the Vorenthan that still walk the world of Sryth.
Hadrigon is not a unified nation by any stretch of the imagination. Five city-states
of varying political persuasions and military strengths struggle to maintain their
proud Vorenthan heritage, while trying to maintain diplomatic ties with the other
realms of Northern Sryth .
The "unofficial" capital of Hadrigon is the city of Aiganek ,
on the north shore of the Aigan Sea . It is in Aiganek that
the leaders of the various city-states that make up Hadrigon meet on an irregular
basis. The meetings are meant to foster a sense of unity among the Hadrigonian people.
Hadrigon has found itself at odds (and often war) with virtually every nation of
Northern Sryth at various times over the last thousand years. In the
War of Six Kings , a united Hadrigon allied itself with
Rethlyr the Defiler, the wicked sorcerer-king of Naralk.
The free nations of Sryth ultimately defeated the combined forces of Naralk and
Hadrigon, and in the aftermath the people of Hadrigon rose up and cast down their
King, breaking the nation into the city-states that make up its political landscape
Hadrigon remains a nation that should be considered dangerous to outsiders. Its borders, although easily
traversed, are crossed only by the bold, or those with specific, provable business.
It remains a harsh land, where hard living and a genuine mistrust of foreigners has
become a way of life.