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Boreoa

Leader: The One
Capital: Biaster (pop. unknown)
Population: Unknown
Demi-Humans: Unknown
Humanoids: Unknown
Resources: Unknown

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Boreo is a land that has been shrouded in mystery for many centuries. Legend has it that the inhabitants are fallen gods, cursed to live here in the mortal realm. No one knows what they look like, for legends claim they wear metal helmets that fit perfectly over their heads and that they are colored black and white for some mysterious reason.

 

Boreoans are referred to from legend as "Mind Thieves" and "Soul Stealers", for those who have dared to cross into their lands have either never returned or came back decidedly different than when they went in. In any event, no one dares to enter their lands, not even the neighboring orc tribes.

 

It has been confirmed that herds of wild pegasus roam the miles of grassy fields within Boreoa. And though they make tempting targets for those who would own such wonderful beasts, they remain safe due to others' fear of the Boreoans.

 

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