Ivory Empire, The Shul Kingdom

The Kingdom of Qāmar has risen, fallen, and been transformed many times over the centuries. Once a province of the Serájarim Empire, Qāmar has been subject to volatile social and economic changes over the centuries. Today, portions of the ancient province of Qāmar can be found inside the borders of Calàran and present-day Qāmar.

The first written records of the kingdom were composed by Serájarim historians who described the region as “an endless expanse of land with soil so poor that it can only support quill grass, blood briar, and scrub trees”. Today, stone paved roads cross the savanna, supplying inland cities and villages with necessities that cannot be found in the bush. Traditional Shūli tent villages can still be found scattered across the windswept prairie looking much as they did thousands of years ago.


  • Type – Qāmari Oligarchy
  • Ruler
  • Capital – City of Lūmùral
  • Cities – Lūmùral, Calrēa, Tormil
  • CalendarCaphàri Reckoning (CR)
  • Festivals – …


  • PopulationQamàryr (6060 CR)
  • RacesShūl 71%, Yrūn 13%, Ortor 10%, Gnor 4%, other 2%
  • Ethnicities
  • Languages – Qāmàric, Shūlic
  • Religions


  • Currency
  • Imports
  • Exports

Regions, Geographic

Regions, Political

Cities, Towns, and Villages

  • City of Lūmùral
  • City of Calrēa
  • Town of Tormil


    Temple of Kargârak. An abandoned temple stands on the shores of Qāmar, looking out across the southern seas. Once a year, a white-robed attendant with a large mysterious package thrown across their shoulder, unlocks the iron gates and enters the building. The next day the attendant exits the temple, their robes soaked in blood, locks the gate and disappears into the city. The Temple of Kargârak may be the only open temple to Kargârak in the civilized world. Built in 4/1436 ER, the Qāmàri government has since seemed invulnerable to assassination.



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