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The Sun Lands

Postby Amroth » Thu Jan 28, 2010 1:23 pm

The Sun Lands is a continent arround the equatar in Esrion, its connected with Talonis in the far north of the continent. In the north of the continent lies the kingdom of Quarendor, the white-skined men of the Sun Lands. South of Quarendor lays the great kingdom of Hyraic, the land of the seven desserts, with its capital Jiraiq.

- Ravala-Vale (not a vale but a small desert with many oasis and cities), the capital is Jiraiq [Black and white skinned]
- Urufaith, the capitial is Urufton (a great port) [White Skinned]
- Zharad-Fír, capital is Zharad-Fír (a great port) [Black and White Skinned]
- Bezelkar, (this is more a tropical forrest, but they count it as one of the desserts) [black skinned, with white-skinned barbarians in the tropics]
- Rínkar [Black skinned]
- Khêndraic, capital is Vraigth. [Black skinned]
- Fár-Koman, capital is Nír-Fundir (it has 10.000 inhabitians, in the sumer its extremly warm, around 95 Celsius. In the winter its warm too, around 60 Celsius). [Black skinned, mostly Tendurai who sworn alliance against Hyraic.]

Between Rínkar and Fár-Koman lies the cooking river. Between Hyraic and Quarendor lay the Fiels of Honour and the Dessert mountains, where the Dessert-Dwarves live. South of Hyraic lies the Yellow Mountains. The far lands south of these mountains were never explored. Here live many rare humans, like the Tendurai. Not long ago driven out of Fár-Koman by Nicoraic, King of Hyraic. The people of Hyraic ride on both horses and olifaunts. The People of Hyraic and Quarendor are allies. The Sun Lands is the name (only used by the people of the three other continents and the peoples of Quarendor) for the southeren continent.


Soon follow more about its history and the lands beyond the Yellow Mountains.

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Re: The Sun Lands

Postby Maiglin » Thu Jan 28, 2010 1:27 pm

The Human skin ignites on 95 degrees Celsius. Except of that nice work. I particularly like the map.
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Re: The Sun Lands

Postby Amroth » Thu Jan 28, 2010 1:30 pm

In the summer they flee to special caves under the ground where it is cooler or they travel too the other parts of the kingdom.
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Re: The Sun Lands

Postby Archon » Thu Jan 28, 2010 1:34 pm

95 degrees Celcius. No way...95 Fahrenheit is reasonable though.
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Re: The Sun Lands

Postby Maiglin » Thu Jan 28, 2010 1:35 pm

The sun cannot create such an immense temperature. I think the greatest temperature ever measured was in Sahara 69 degrees Celsius. Your desert would have to have a Volcano beneath here to have such big temperatures.
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Re: The Sun Lands

Postby Archon » Thu Jan 28, 2010 1:36 pm

You would have to be in the volcano. :P
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Re: The Sun Lands

Postby Amroth » Thu Jan 28, 2010 1:38 pm

It was some time on earth 95 C. But that was a longtime ago before humans were here. We can do that their in that region is many CO2, or something.

Edit: and its fantasy, not real world ;)
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Re: The Sun Lands

Postby Maiglin » Thu Jan 28, 2010 1:40 pm

CO2 is a cold gas. And once again I say to you that such heats cannot be created by the Sun. 3 billion years when such heats were possible there was a volcano on every corner.
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Re: The Sun Lands

Postby Amroth » Thu Jan 28, 2010 1:43 pm

CO2 is an gas that holds the warm in earth. In the Jura the highest temprature was realy arround 90, normaly it was far colder. Venus is also full of CO2 and is far warmer, and the sun is minor far.

Edit: I can change it in another temperature you can't survive as men, what is the highest temperature a men cannot survive?
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Re: The Sun Lands

Postby Gfire » Thu Jan 28, 2010 1:48 pm

None of that matters, the fact is 95 Celsius is far too hot.
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