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The Lands of Wômawas Drûs

Major Languages in Wômawas Drûs


Wômawas Drûs encompassed all of the areas once ruled by the lords of Wômawas proper. Administrative units were organized along cultural lines and basically corresponded to traditional ethnic areas. After the division of the empire in T.A. 1794, various kingdoms and confederations arose in most of Wômawas Drûs (D.S."Dominion of the gifted People") districts and often strove to eliminate any obvious vestiges of their elder subserviency; nonetheless, the names and borders of these smaller realms were generally the same as they had always been, regardless of who was master.

Settlements and Points of Interest

  • Akaen
  • Âlk Góak
  • Âlk Gokârn
  • Âlk Nâg
  • Arxdûog
  • Astôs
  • Ayîgawm
  • Ayîg Khig
  • Buâlk
  • Dagak
  • Drulsars
  • Drusâlk
  • Eawg
  • Ebrôd
  • Haen Steps
  • Haenak Tatawêr
  • Kael Ôrd
  • Kaelak
  • Laeg Góak
  • Mûlsaer
  • Nâg
  • Nâg Góak
  • Owerûon
  • Rôlâlk
  • Saerwôma
  • Soeiak
  • Shr'ur
  • Shr'uz
  • Tatamâk Pîwân
  • Tatamúrilis
  • Tukôr
  • Thuriakâlk
  • Ûon
  • Utumâlk
  • Varîm Uiven
  • Wêrak
  • Wômak Sael
  • Zhûting



  • The Wild Lands South and East, Gazetteer by Pete Fenlon