The city of Petros
|Imports||Glass, ivory, spices|
|Exports||Armor, carved ivory, cloth, coal, food, swords, timber|
- See also: History of Petros
- Extensive aqueducts that connect the city of Petros to the cities of Enkil, Anyanka, and eventually Abjeru.
GeographyMost of the cities and settlements within the lands of Petros are all founded on stone outcroppings that are generally higher than the surrounding area. This protects their people from the occasional creature that might move through the sand before it attacks. Additionally, it is these same stone outcroppings that allow the cities to access and store fresh water by tapping into a vast network of underground springs hidden below the rock.
SettlementsAll of the settlements within the kingdom of Petros are considered large cities, mainly because there are no villages or smaller settlements that survive long enough to be called a settlement. Water-bandits, monstrous creatures or some other disaster has driven all of the people of Petros into one of the cities.
Category Ruin/Petros not found
The gods who are worshipped in Petros vary from that of the other kingdoms.
- Arn, god of the Sun, is worshipped for his power.
- Amara, goddess of the Waters, is worshipped for the life that she brings to their people.
Tattooing is a practice that is forbidden in Petros; writing is a sacred act and can not be polluted upon the flesh.
Category Flora/Iron Desert not found
Some photos of the lands of Petros.