Milliuri

Archipelago in the north-central region of the Sorrowful Sea, 300 miles due south of South Oran and some 700 miles north of El-Sembir.

By some estimates, Milliuri has about 45 habitable islands (defined by having acceptable sources of drinking water) with total area of about 22000 square miles. Two largest being Isla Malarta and Malarta Minora with third in importance if not size being Tunna which hosts the main port of the archipelago and the thriving Neu Ungren colony.

Climate of Milliuri is tropical in baseline but exposed to weather extremes characteristic of the Sorrowfull Sea. Throughout the most of the year islands are buffeted by sudden storms rolling in from the south and south-east giving only minimal notice before hitting in full force.

Economy of the islands is is agricultural with number of important luxury exports such as yaol hardwood.

History of Milliuri can be divided into four epochs, each initiated by an invasion and settlement. First human inhabitants arrived in pre-historic times under mythological leadership of legendary Ben Navin. They were conquered themselves by the Imperial crusading settlers mid 4th century Imperial Calendar. In a13.ist.ii.rdp&m by Imperial Calendar (late 9th century) new element is introduced by the arrival of Southron settlers from El-Sembir, lead by Murat ibn Myrh who established an Milliuric Emirate and introduced southern civilization to the islands. Emirate lasted about two centuries and was replaced by the Kingdom in Imperial Dependancy under Sarkad family after invasion by Godor Sarkad in a11.ist.×.rdp&m Imperial Calendar (early 12th century). Although shaken by recent crises and no longer absolute over the entire archipelago, or even entire Isla Malarta, Sarkad rule continues to the present day (mid 12th century).

Seven languages are used with greater or lesser frequency on the archipelago.

Milliuri

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