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The signature bogs of Veron

The Verolands, also called Veron, is a boggy land on the coast of the warm sea and location of Triar, the capital of the Basilean Empire. Rivers and bogs cover most of the Verolands, and their geography  silty deltas and peninsula's with rocky foothills at their spines. It was a difficult land, but the fertility of the soil and strategic location along the trade routes of the warm sea allowed for them to thrive. The Verolands were one of the first places conquered by the old Empire, and their position in comparison to the rest of the world was improved because of it. When the Old Empire fell, the Veronii fell into a heap of feuding city states.