Aissur
Peking

Aissur sports one major city, the vastness of its land mass is unclaimed wilderness. The city is ruled by an emperor who despises foreigners and limits trade with an iron hand. Because of his edicts, most of the important trade occurs outside of the city, at a distance of 10 or more days travel. This boundary marks the edge of the Emperor's domain and the beginning of barbarian nomad territories.  
Barbarians The barbarian nomads divide the rest of Aissur into territories that they defend and govern through the election or succession of tribal leaders.

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