Khemet
Khemet
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Capital Sedjeri
Largest City Sedjeri
Demonym Khemetian
Formation ?
Area ?
Population ?
Common Languages Khemetian

Khemet is a civilization south of the Blood Sea, concentrated along the lower reaches of the Anekh River. It is populated by humans, xephs, yuan-ti and dromites.

Desert, river and jungle

Religion, psionics and Rasa-tewet

Forsaken

Marruspawn

Catfolk

Yuan-ti

Gnomes are a slave race

History


Age of the Undying Court (c3,800 - c692 PI)

Midan Period (c2,000 - 1200 PI)

Aquarian Period (1200 - 692 PI)

Age of Elemental Lords (600 PI - 1264 NS)

Age of Human Lords (1264 NS - current)

Geography and Climate


Anekh River

Blood Fields

Eratoyah Mountains

Gereh: Land of Fear

Otolbe

Pharomaut Desert

Qih Mountains

Solna Bay

Stajabu Mountains

Fauna and Flora


Brown dragons
Jackel lords
Jackelweres

Major Settlements


  • Bakimot: City of the dead.
  • Jereb
  • Kolzum
  • Naamaxte
  • Nebet
  • Nefermew
  • Nesebe
  • Pero: A city of warriors and priests.
  • Rapi: A holy city. Site for pilgrimages. Crystal from the Eratoyah Mountains can be found here and distributed to the rest of Khemet.
  • Sedjeri: Capital and largest city. Home of the Pharaoh Queen.
  • Tiamat: Home of an evil Dragon Cult. Yuan-ti infiltrators are common.
  • Wesheb
  • zarab: A city of scholars.

Culture


Khemetian civilization stems partly from its ability to adapt to the conditions of the Anekh River Valley. Khemetians engage in mineral exploitation of the valley and surrounding desert regions, the organization of collective construction and agricultural projects, trade with surrounding regions, and a military intended to defeat foreign enemies and assert Khemetian dominance. Motivating and organizing these activities is a bureaucracy of elite scribes, religious leaders, and administrators under the control of a Pharaoh who ensures the cooperation and unity of the Khemetian people in the context of an elaborate system of religious beliefs.

Religion

Death

Sites


The Thousand Steps

Kebur-rabi

A site built by ancient shi'imti and the resting place of the Runelord of Wrath, Alaznist.

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