Kingdom of San d'Oria  

This kingdom of proud Elvaan warriors is situated to the north of the Quon continent and was built on the ashes of a brutal civil war. It has been ruled by a succession of kings from the 'Oraguille royal family for a span of more than five hundred years.

The kingdom's capital of San d'Oria is a walled city defended by two orders of knights: the Royal Knights, who patrol the country's borders and seek to expand its territories, and the Temple Knights, responsible for protecting the city itself and maintaining domestic tranquility.

The areas of San d'Oria include Chateau d'Oraguille, Northern San d'Oria, Port San d'Oria and Southern San d'Oria.

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San d'Orian Culture

Despite the fact that San d'Oria's culture revolves around the use of iron, it is a technologically stagnant society. However, with traditional methods passed down over generations, San d'Orian bladesmiths forge weapons that rival the swords of the East and are known throughout the world for their quality.

San d'Orian Living Standards

The ancient forest capital shows signs of deterioration, but with population growth in a state of gentle decline and many residences left vacant, overcrowding has not become an issue. The region is also blessed with an abundance of fertile land for crops, and food is plentiful. However, heavy taxes and long military tenures leave few hands to work the fields, making life a challenge for the citizens of San d'Oria.

San d'Orian Climate

Even though it lies in a relatively cold region, San d'Oria has long been able to export its verdant crops of wheat and rye, along with shipments of lumber, through the independent town of Selbina. Also, large imported Selbina sheep can be seen grazing in the furthest reaches of the kingdom.

San d'Orian Military

The San d'Orian army is divided into two arms: the Royal Knights and the Temple Knights. As well as having different duties, both orders are structured in different ways.

San d'Oria's History

This San d'Oria Timeline shows the progress of the Elvaan and the events which led to the foundation of the Kingdom of San d'Oria.

References "The Kingdom of San d'Oria". Accessed September 18, 2007.

This page last modified 2008-07-24 14:22:16.