Cool. I need to put in the borders for that area. I've been thinking of modifying the Mogreth borders a bit anyway - I want to extend the border all the way along the Rishek into the mountains for one thing. Since we're on the subject of borders, here is another couple of questions for you:Seer of Yhog wrote:Most of the prominent ones have already been conquered (like Gathol, which we should put on the map as ruins - I'll show you where, John), but those that remain have managed to overcome many of their differences in the interest of survival. Some city-states are mostly Oltec in look and feel, others might be more classically Thonian, and one or two may have adopted some practices/customs of their neighbours/enemies - these would be shunned by the others, though, and probably considered to be little more than vassals of Mogreth.
1) Is internal Mogreth divided up into different states (associated with each of the cities)? If so, what are some of the rough boundaries?
2) Are the human controlled lands considered to be a "part of Mogreth" (albeit perhaps a very wild and untamed part)? Or are they recognized as a separate nation? In other words should they be contained by their own set of thick borders, or should we extend the borders of Mogreth to cover them, and then separate that territory with thin borders?