Kingdom located at the northern end of Nybelmar at
the Bay of Erkandir with its most dense-populated regions along the coast. At
this region also the most fertile farmlands are located as well as several of the most
important ports in northern Nybelmar. From there Loreney exports great masses of
valueable goods as well as conventional resources like grain, coal or iron ore that
is highly in demand in the forges of R'unor as well as
Located in the zone of both interests - Nybelmar's
and R'unor's - Loreney proved to be a stable nation except occasional times of internal
unrest and the periodical wars and riots with the orcs and uprising chiefdoms
which use up most of Loreney's military expenses.
This is why Loreney, despite abundant resources, has to depend on imports from
R'unor and other major powers to gather industrial and
luxury goods and has an
economy that always runs hard at its edge of bankruptcy.
Still, despite several attempts by other nations to take over the Lands of the
Loreney its value as an independent trade partner always made others to jump in
and help saving its autonomy.
Origin. It is said that the Loreney kingdom was founded by nomadic people similar to
those who founded Benderra in the south. Similarities can be especially found
in the border regions to the vast "Green Plains" whose inhabitants, the
Urka'Leth orcs, endanger anybody not able to
defend themselves from the attack.
There many so-called "Drobuns" (entrenched villages) were founded which are
very similar to those in Bendarra where they're called "Derbas".
Appearance. The population of Loreney is a
mix of native people who are often of darker skin color and smaller stature and the highgrown descendants
of the nomad tribes. Today all kinds and forms of humans can be found here, even
some people from R'unor and exiled people from
Religion. The religions prevalent in Loreney are as vast and various as the people
populating these regions. From the natural spirits of the natives to the
House Gods of the normadic people many beliefs are represented here only loosely
bound together by the so-called "Royal Gods", those who are worshipped by the royals.
These Gods are seen as the highest gods in