An Isthmus where the tiger clans are in the forest to the north, whereas the dragon kingdom lies in the southern hills. In between these two is the war zone known as the Borderlands. To the east and west of the war zone are two mountain ranges: The Tary'n and another nameless one.
Map of Draconia
The borderlands are a massive system of valleys, pits, and plateaus to nowhere. A perfect warzone, the borderlands are where the majority of the ages-old war take place. At the base of these valleys are anyone's guess. They could be bottomless pits, home to dangerous creatures, or just a valley floor. As of now, it is a mystery.
The Tigerlands are primitive yet refined. Mostly forest with scattered villages. There are two separate villages that are known: Kiriad's and Mabel's. There is also a sanctuary near Kiriad's village known as the Na'tan'il. This sanctuary is where the males are and where mating occurs.
The Dragonlands resemble ancient Rome in a way. All the buildings are stone (possibly made by the earth dragons, since there are no visible quarries in the mountains). The most notable feature is the palace with it's four spires, upon the central mount.
An important place nearby is Mt.Aet'na. This mountain has served crucial plot points. Originally used by Gaia and Ghislain as a meeting place, and now is currently being used as the origin of the eruption. Could this be a post-death retaliation by Gaia? or possibly Ghislain? It uses the real-life Mt.Etna as a source. The Roman poet Virgil gave what was probably a first-hand description of an eruption from the Aeneid:
A spreading bay is there, impregnable to all invading storms; and Aetna's throat with roar of frightful ruin thunders nigh. Now to the realm of light it lifts a cloud of pitch-black, whirling smoke, and fiery dust, shooting out globes of flame, with monster tongues that lick the stars; now huge crags of itself, out of the bowels of the mountain torn, Its maw disgorges, while the molten rock rolls, screaming skyward; from the nether deep, the fathomless abyss makes ebb and flow.
View from the sky
The comic has themes associated with each page, beginning with page 147.
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