cities of Yellowia are more numerous than nearly any other nation on
Habololy. However, compared to many other nations, the cities are
small, with the largest barely climbing over 50,000 inhabitants.
Capital of the kingdom and the traditional home of the king. It was
once merely a castle, but over the centuries, more and more people
began to live around the castle. Eventually, the outlying homes and
the castle were incorporated into a city and named after the hero of
the War of Technology from Yellowia.
city is home to just under 20,000 people. Most of those that live
in the city are wealthy and employed by the royal family and the
state. Every visitor is rigorously checked and watched. The castle
is home to 2,500 soldiers as well.
jewel of Yellowia is undoubtedly Endeage. The majority of city
nobles here have turned down land outside the city. Lavish events
are held constantly, and the merchants sell only the finest items.
There are fewer than 1,000 soldiers within a day’s ride of the city.
Halflin’ Home is the name often used for Palata. Of its near 50,000
residents, a third are Halflings. It is also home to Silversword
Hall and many would argue the finest entertainment and ale in the
doorway to the south sits at the northern end of Bokan’s Pass, the
best route through the hills. Nearly 50,000 inhabitants and 20,000
soldiers live in and around Southgate. The soldiers are tasked with
ensuring the pass stays open.
Trade from all points south must come through Southgate, and that
has made it a fast moving and often time’s wealthy town. Races of
all sorts live here in strong numbers.
Once the most powerful port by far, Flopest has lost some stature to
Newporton. Although the larger and wealthier ships sail past
Newporton, the smaller ones often decide to stop there and get back
out to sea as opposed to sailing the sometimes difficult Astarian
Flopest is a wealthy town of old city noble families. Humans
dominate this city more than any other.
Once, Stoppon was the rough and tumnle river town. But since the
founding of Newporton, it has calmed down. Now it is home to fewer
than 35,000, most of whom are tradesman and fisherman, and most
importantly, shipbuilders. Most Yellowian ships are built in
only city in the kingdom that has ever been occupied still bares the
scars of the last Borkonic War. Shrines to fallen soldiers, and
vast cemeteries with dead that outnumber the living 50 to 1, draw
thousands of visitors every year. A grey cloud seems to hang over
the lives of the inhabitants.
people of Meldrage are the most hardened of all those in the
kingdom. It is here that the Deathsdoor Vigilants are said to have
Founded less than 100 years ago, Trimany is a direct result of the
Trimany River, which only began to flow out of the hills 110 years
ago. It is a trading post and point of enter and exit from Trimany
all of the cities in Yellowia, Trimany has the largest elven
city nearest the northern border of Yellowia, it is heavily
garrisoned to prevent any danger from the Boiled Forest, Orcish
Empire, or Borkondof. It is evident to any visitor that Northguard
was built for battle. The planner is said to have envisioned a
Yellowian version of Cadullon when he desgined the city soon after
the War of Technology.
city boasts over 30,000 inhabitants, in addition to the largest
garrison of soldiers, numbering 25,000, in and around the city. It
also is home to the largest number of orcs and half-orcs in the
Positioned on the innermost portion of the Astarian Delta, Newporton
was founded shortly after the river split in 440 AC. It is small,
with only 23,000 inhabitants, but its position on the river makes it
Gatori and Vass are major players in the city, and they control all
of the raft and barging that goes on in the delta.
Newporton is often a haven for criminals, because it swamp-like
climate and weather make it difficult for the horses of the army and
its proximity to the sea make it the easiest place from which to get
out of Yellowia.
countless towns and villages of Yellowia are impossible to list.