Tuesday, 9 November 2010

Geography of Hassland

The Kingdom of Hassland is a coastal country, and shares borders with three neighbouring provinces. There are four major rivers in Hassland; the Elaise, Iben and Oss originating within, and the Avort originating without. Its de facto capital, Praden, is located on the southern side of the peninsula, at the mouth of the river Oss.

Hassland has a mixture of types of terrain, with a large proportion of arable farmland and pasture. The peninsula is less fertile, with some heathland and a low range of hills from which the Elaise springs. The south is mountainous, with some large established forests.

1 comment:

  1. Only the southern border seems to benefit from a natural protection against invaders...