France

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Notable Locations

  • ParisThe City of Lights. Home of the never ending Carnival. Dark Elves display incredible wealth in Paris and walk the streets openly. The Capital of France, center of knowledge, primary seat of power for The Church of the Maker in France.
  • Avignon – Large city in south eastern France. Sieged by The Chaos Cults and a orc hore in September 1208.
  • Bar Le Duc, Griesheim and Gyönk, France – Three small towns, each with their own highly acclaimed winery. Attacked by the Death Mantle Chaos Cult lead by Lord Dubouis.
  • Bordeaeux -
  • Marseille – Major port city on the souther coast of France
  • St. Ettienne – A small coal mining town in south eastern France. The inhabitants were slain by the Death Mantle Chaos Cult and the town destroyed.
  • Orleans -
  • Vauclusa – Abandoned fort and thorpe
  • Vezelay -

Monarchy and Titles

King Charles VI of France also known as The Beloved or The Mad and Queen Consort of France Isabeau of Bavaria

  • Duke: possessor of a duchy and recognition as duke by the queen.
  • Prince: possessor of a lordship styled a principality; often borne by the eldest sons of the more important duke-peers. This title of prince is not to be confused with the rank of prince derived from kinship to actual rulers.
  • Marquis: possessor of a marquessate (marquisat), but often assumed by a noble family
  • Count: possessor of a county (comté) or self-assumed.
  • Viscount: possessor of a viscounty (vicomté) or self-assumed.
  • Baron: possessor of a barony (baronnie) or self-assumed.
  • Chevalier: an otherwise untitled nobleman who belonged to an order of chivalry.
  • Sire (‘lord’): a possessor of a lordship long associated with a distinguished family.

Germanic Tribes

The Germanic tribes to the north-east of France occupy a vast expanse of territory. These tribes are constantly at war with the denizens of Kiev.


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