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=== Aram === A warlike nation, with desert covering most of its territory (which is not barren, as Carina clarifies to the rest of the group), with some mountains, hills, grassland, and wastes. The country lost much of its farmland during the war, which explains their hostile relations with Ardoheim (which, in turn, got the opportunity to take over the more productive territory of ruined nations). You visit this country during Megail's route. Aram has a king, and hosts two High Priestesses. For reasons as yet unknown, the High Priestesses are at each other's throats and threatening schism, and the king interferes a lot.<ref>Megail's route, Southern Aram Desert, traveling priestess.</ref> '''Locations''' ==== Northern Vineyards ==== The primary fertile region of Aram and the source of Aram's famed wine. The Amethyst Vineyards are located here. ==== Border Region ==== The frontier with Yhilin is undefined because it is an area of wastelands (caused by the invasion of the Incubus King) that neither side claims strongly. ==== Eustrin ==== The dwarven kingdom, ruled by [[Neranda|Queen Neranda IV]]. It has been losing power and population steadily for long period of time. As their tunnels are under Aram, their ties have only grown stronger with the passing of time, and today they are a territory of Aram. Eustrin has the world's largest dwarven population, as one would expect of a dwarven kingdom.
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