Vaskàri Society

The Vaskàri Society was founded in 626 HK to commemorate the achievements of colleague and geographer Vaska of Merid, who disappeared in 623 HK on an expedition to find the fabled Tultā Egn. Since that time, the Society has supported Dekàli explorers in their efforts to find, catalog, map, and document every facet of Teréth End. This great work was compiled from the assembled folios, atlases, and journals now residing at the Society library in the City of Lanádus. It is a lasting testimony to the enterprise of both Yrūni and Dekàli intelligence, resourcefulness, ability, and resolution.