Hive World Terra


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Remas: Between Miragliano and Luccini, a great headland juts out into the Tilean Sea. This promontory is over 100 miles in length and 40 miles wide at its broadest point, and creates a great lagoon into which several small rivers drain. At the mouths of the rivers sits Remas. The city stands at the tip of the peninsular, surrounded on all sides by great walls. The headland rises like a terrace where Remas has been built, and the city is further sub-divided by two inner walls which snake around the contours of the headland, with a great citadel sat atop the rise.

The Remans have a well-deserved reputation as the Old World's greatest fishermen, and the natural bounty of the Reman lagoon provides them with a wealth of sea-food to trade with other lands. Like their fellow Tileans, Remans are excellent sailors, and their ships are renowned for less than scrupulous dealings with others - especially those flying the flag of their northern rival, Miragliano.

Source: Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay, 1st Edition by

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