Most noble Dextrus Flagg, lord of all Kaliphlin, we would seek an audience with you! My name is Erudhalion Sansael, and i am lord of the port town of Berigora in the fiefdom of Peregrinus, which you would know as Cape Dahaka. We have been an isolationist outpost for many years, owing to our flight from the more numerous outlaw groups and mountain mummy bands of the Rakath, but we are no backwater - we have a wonderful deep water port for our ships, and our fleet has travelled far and wide, exploring and trading with the east coast of Historia and beyond. Our land is bountiful and self-sustaining, thanks to the landcare and husbandry of our centaur allies, and our borders are well protected by both land and sea assault. Although we have been indipendent for many years under my father, since his recent death much has changed. Our ships report seeing many watchtowers under construction up and down the coast, and armies are on the march in the east and the north. Brigand activity is up too, and the mountain mummies that reside in the Rakath seem more agitated than usual. Should war or trouble come to our land, we fear being caught between the hammer and the anvil, and thus wish to ally ourselves with Kaliphlin. If it would please you, our ports shall be your ports, and our ships your ships, and all Peregrinians shall henceforth swear fealty to mighty Kaliphlin! We ask only for your protection in return.
I present to you my household - myself and my personal gaurd, our centaur friends and the port master of Berigora and his captains.
The commander of the watch is in charge of the causeway garrison, which protects entry to Peregrinus by land.
Peregrinus from the southwest, showing the landbridge and the hidden entry to Berigora port. The approach to the port entrance is treacherous with reefs and shifting sandbars, and visiting ships would do well to signal to the lighthouse for an escort to guide them in.
Peregrinus from the southeast, showing the valley of the centaurs and the jagged coastline to the east, which is constantly battered by waves.
Peregrinus from the northeast, showing the northern lighthouse and natural mountain resevoir, which provides much of our water for drinking and irrigation during the dry season.
Peregrinus from the northwest, showing the thick forests and coastal plains of the north, from whence our best ship-building timber comes from.
I apologize for the poor quality of my map of Peregrinus, but i am bound for the sea on the 'morrow, and have much else that must be attended to. I would be happy to share more with you of my land, it's people and it's defences, on my return.
All hail Dextrus Flagg! Peregrinus for Kaliphlin!
This was made for the guild challenge on the history forum over at Eurobricks. Thanks for looking peeps, c and c welcome as always. :)