Jiptala is a curious society, built along the Lina River in the middle of an ancient desert.
Many thousands of years ago, this region was lush jungle like Mazavi, but the curse of a dying god dried the springs and condemned the people living here to a single source of water. The land is ruled by a pharaonic court, and in the flat desert terrain those involved have mastered the arts of chariot warfare. Jiptala has some trading relationships with eastern Mazavi to a point where it tolerates missionaries of Angelique within its borders but the Pharoah is reluctant to commit his troops to the jungles where their chariots are useless.
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The Lina river dictates all aspects of civilized life in the kingdom of Jiptala, a slender ribbon winding along the rivers course.