The Mark of Tyranny
The Ivory Triangle
“The Ivory Triangle, aside from holding the cradle of life, the city of ”/campaign/59851/wikis/nibenay" class=“wiki-page-link”>Nibenay, is a varied and unusual anomaly. With the Silt sea on 3 sides, the land has adapted in ways fairly different from the rest of Athas." Nibenay on the subject of the Ivory Triangle.
Notable Locations in The Ivory Triangle:
Nibenay: The city of Shadow, engaged in a constant war with the nearby city of Gulg.
Gulg: The city of Life, engaged in a constant war with the nearby city of Nibenay.
Fort Kalvis: A fort run by the forces of Gulg.
Fort Harbeth: A fort on the edge of the Mekillot Mountains, run by the Trading house Inika.
Fort Fyra: The sole trading fortress/base of the lesser Trading House Fyra, specializing in Salt.
Salt View: One of the most famous ex-slave endeavors on Athas, the town of over a thousand ex-slaves has carved out a comfortable existence, farming and raiding Sorcerer-King holdings to sustain themselves.
Outpost 19: A small trading outpost of House Wavir, the outpost has been destroyed by ravaging salt storms a number of times, but this latest version is built into a sheltered hollow that has protected it for years.
North Ledopolus: One of a pair of towns, run primarily by dwarves in an attempt to bridge the Estuary of the Forked Tongue.
Last Port: A small town, surrounded by a moat of silt, it technically is under the control of Balic, but maintains as much independence as it can.
Alfala: Little is known of this ancient spire, poking out of the silt on the edge of The Silt Sea.
Samarah: A small port town made up of mostly ex-slaves.
Bodach: The remains of a great city, surrounded by extensive silt flats. Little is known of it’s history.
Pristine Tower: A towering spire, silvery and reaching to the sky, the purpose of which is unknown.
Fort Inix: One of the chief trading forts of House Shom, the main trading house of Nibenay.
Giustenal: Ruins of a great city, once ruled by the Sorcerer-King Dregoth, before his defeat at the hands of the other Sorcerer-Kings.
Cromlin: A trading village, kept operational by traders seeking to bypass the chaos of Raam.