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  • Kikadan

    The Kikadan people are named after the [[Kikadan Mountain Range]] they live in (which lies on the western side of [[Tanbyle]]). They are a poud and seemingly stoic people with the souls of poets. h3. Government The Kikadan people are ruled by a …

  • Unn Ka'Kuruk

    Unn Ka'Kuruk (Pronounced Uhhn Ka Cuhruhk) is the religion of the [[Kikadan]] people. The Kikadans worship spirits of the wind (Unndan) whom they believe control the weather in the mountains as well as watch out for the Kikadans. h3. Structure Unn Ka …

  • Kikidan Language

    The Kikadan language is a very harsh sounding language and this is deliberately so. The winds in the [[Kikadan Mountain Range]] are strong and loud and the [[Kikadan]] people needed a way of communicating which wouldn't be lost in the wind. This evolved a …

  • Wuhkak

    Wuhkak (Pronounced Wuhh-Cack) is the largest city built in the peaks of the [[Kikadan Mountain Range | Kikadan Mountains]]. The city is inhabited almost exclusively by the native people of the mountains, the [[Kikadan | Kikadans]]. h3. Population …

  • Crater Lake

    Ehbuk Keh-Ruk, which roughly translates to Rain-Filled Valley, is a large lake in the [[Kikadan Mountain Range]]. Often referred to by non [[Kikadan]] travellers as 'Crater Lake'. The lake is just south west of [[Wuhkak]] and is considered somewhat as a …