While not one of the Five Great Nations, Duhr is home to the once mighty race the Children of the Earth. They house the artifact of the sword and know a great many things about Malpercio and their magic is the most potent against him.
The origin of its name is referring to the star Zosma, a part of the Leo constellation, of which the arabic name is Duhr.
History[edit | edit source]
Duhr can be seen as a sacred land, as it is the home of the 3 artifacts that sealed away Malpercio, as well as the 4 Godcraft that slayed "him" and the dark brethren. After the war of the gods, Duhr remained on the ground whereas the other continents were lifted away, above the tainted clouds.
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Visitable Locations[edit | edit source]
Gemma Village- The observant village, the people here practice the old ways by floating to keep their magic strong.
Capella- Resting place of the Sword of the Heavens.
Algorab Village- The neglectful village. The people here have less powerful magic than those of Gemma as they all walk like normal humans.
Duhr Port- The port of entrance to Duhr.
Zosma, Tower of Stones- resting place of the celestial artifact.
Labyrinth of Duhr- A puzzling maze used to ward off intruders.
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Both Duhr and Zosma refer to the same star, Delta Leonis; they refer to "the (lion's) hip", the location of the star in the constellation
- Gemma is Alpha Coronae Borealis, meaning "jewel" in Latin
- Algorab is Delta Corvus, and it means "the crow" in Arabic
- Capella is Alpha Aurigae, with the meaning "small female goat", specifically representing Amalthea from Greek Mythology