The kingdom of the Dunn
The human Dunn are the predominant ethno-linguistic group of southern Dunnsoil. Historians note a rapid shift from nomadic herder tribes populating the fertile lowlands to stationary agriculture-based city states to a unified kingdom. A legendary figure, Dunn the Lad is commonly credited with uniting the cities, despite the fact that references to the warlord occasionally appear even in inscriptions dating centuries prior to the formation of a Dunn kingdom. Historians agree either a similar warlord or, more likely, the emergence of a common threat united the cities to form what is now known as the Kingdom of the Dunn.
Dunn’s borders encompass an area of about 360,000 square miles. Mostly fertile grasslands and lush rain forest, the easternmost sections of the kingdom are high mountain ranges. Six major port cities feed an extensive overland trade network. Despite the quality and extent of Dunn roads, much of kingdom is untamed wilderness.