Partha

Nations & Cultures

Overview

The nation of Partha is named for The River Parth. The adjectival form of “Partha” is “Parthan.”

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History

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Culture

Partha is known for its colorful clothing (from locally-produced dyes), boisterous cities, and outgoing people. Parthan cuisine is fragrant, spicy, and colorful. Freshwater seafood is common, as are various beef products. Saltwater seafood is found only in Utra.

Geography

The nation of Partha sits astride The River Parth (for which Partha and its people are named), at the western end of The Valesar where the land masses of Olmar and Valemar meet—and east of Hib.

Partha is not a desert nation. While its climate is rather dry, its biome would be more accurately described as a grassland.

Cities

Axala (Capital)

Denaba

Gora

Utra

Locations

Fort Tanathon

Organizations

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Religion

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Law

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Military

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Technology

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Economy

Partha is a prolific producer of both textiles and dyes. Partha produces dyes of every color imaginable, and exports them throughout the known world (and to traders from the Western and Southern Oceans. While Ryland has the silk industry cornered, Partha produces and exports textile finery of every other kind imaginable. Its craftsmen produce fine brocade, velvet, thread, cambresine, angora, chiffon, and lace.

Partha

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