The Southlands are culturally similar to the Marchlands and the Kels in that they all speak the same human language (Arness) though each region will have their own ethnic dialect. Styles of dress, food, music and religion also vary from the Kels and the Marchlands. Because of the many textile planations in the south, cloth is far more affordable and comes in a wider variety of textures, colors and patterns. Because of this, the style of dress is a bit more voluminous with long, draping sleeves, billowy gowns and puffy shirts.
Where as the north is often gripped with long, snowy winters, the south has more temperate weather throughout the year.
|Belirat||Belir||"Last to Fall"||Bronzefort||450 KR|
|Black Stone||Blackwell||"Patient as the Night"||Blackmarch||725 KR|
|Dunmorr||Karn||"We do not yield"||Baron's Gate||600 KR|
|Morendur||Morentelli||"No debt left unpaid"||Mirador||510 KR|
|Nordmare||Grellen||"Wisdom and Strength"||Norranthal||410 KR|
|Ashwood||Torgus||"From the Ashes we Rise"||Shade||550 KR|
|Southford||Borrath||"Leave No Rival"||Southshore||504 KR|
|Vargoth||Krey||"Fear our Flames"||White Harbor||570 KR|
Once called the "South Marches" as the region was settled after the Marchlands, the area was renamed as the Southlands some years later.
- Main article: History of South Marches
Aside from the Kels themselves, the South Marches is a region of Arland settled by Humans who originally founded the Kingdoms of the Kels. Primarily founded by settlers from Kel Essen, Kel Rho and Kel Arn, the South Marches have a troubled history.