Kovir

Kovir is a former Imperial March which threw off Paervlassid Saerd control in the year 691. Excepting the Daerdenfel March, Kovir is the most urbanized state in the Marches. While Daerdenfel maintains the insurmountable advantage of a deepwater port that remains open year round, the militant nature of Kovir’s absolute monarchy means that Kovir’s army is larger and more disciplined than that of its neighbors. Kovir sits on the Eastern coast of Sobrius, and shares a border with the Faerlaen March in the East, and the Principalities in the South. The Northern border is shared with the sub-arctic swamplands of the isolationist Rhoinedenvik, the other culture descended from the Radvik people, the ethnically homogenous pre-historic occupants of the Faerlaen Valley’s expansive flood plains.

Post-Imperial Kovir is violently anti-Saerd, rejecting the the legitimacy of Imperial titles and polities. Thus with independence Kovir cast of it’s Paervlassid name, the Radslov March, adopted the title of King for its ruler, rather than Praepositus. Reflecting the decreased level of Saerdization compared to the Daerdenfel and Faerlaen Marches, the Koviri speak a language called Sardo, which is a creole of Imperial Saerdic and the original Krano language of the Radvik people. The Seniovlic Church retains a high degree of influence at the Koviri court, which leads many to suspect that the Koviri may be under the influence of the Saerds, despite their protests to the contrary.

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