Selphia is a town within the Kingdom of Norad, and has been ruled by the Divine Wind Dragon Ventuswill for centuries. Though it has had its skirmishes with the Sechs Empire in the past, it currently is a town of peace. In desperate need of tourism, Ventuswill declares the hero royalty, providing housing in a brilliant castle in the center of the square, complete with a warm bed to sleep in and a farm to till crops on.

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The Sechs Empire

A technology-driven "evil empire" bordering Norad, lorded over by the fiendish Emperor Ethelberd. Where Norad boasts a high degree of magical prowess and bountiful natural resources, Sechs is unrivaled in industrial growth.

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Yokmir Forest

A dense forest on the outskirts of Selphia. There are rumors of hidden caves and the like within its foliage, but on the surface it is thought of as a peaceful getaway when one wants to clear their head. There are monsters here and there, but even a novice could defend themselves against its mild-mannered inhabitants.

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Water Ruins

Rumors of a ghoulish cry have been circling Selphia recently, with most suspecting the source could be coming from the Water Ruins. Once a brilliant temple, it is now heavily infested by various beasts. Still, there are remnants of its lengthy history before such a hostile takeover, or at least a fond farewell message from one of its last inhabitants, if one knows where to look.

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Obsidian Mansion

A mansion now only accessible by travelling through the land where it is always fall. There used to be a bridge that connected this gorgeous mansion to Selphia, but tales of hauntings and terrifying bumps in the night caused the bridge to be torn down. It's apparent that it was once home to wealthy inhabitants with a love of the arts, and whose hobbies included throwing lavish dinner parties with performances before a home-built stage.

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Leon Karnak

The doors of Leon Karnak invite a plethora of mysteries waiting to be solved, as there are few who know what goes on behind them. While impossible to open them in recent times, its outward structure is like that of an endlessly tall tower, its height great enough to pierce the clouds.

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