Geography of Lunea
Lunea is a vast planet but very little of it has been discovered through the ages; travellers are more likely to be snapped up by a five eyed crocodile than find a new foreign land. According to Paradisian knowledge, their Kingdom is the only one on the planet.
The Ruined Cities
Paradisia was originally composed of four main cities before the building of the Great Walls.
Pulchritudo was revered as the city of beauty and is said to have had multi-coloured waterfalls which fell from high in the sky whose water ran between its beautiful silver buildings. The demise of Pulchritudo came when a powerful water demon found a way to open portals through water and let an army of Demons inside, slaughtering thousands of Pulchritudans. The city now lies to the South of the walls of Paradisia in ruins, submerged by demon filled murky waters.
Avaritia is the second of the ruined cities and lies to the East of the walls of Paradisia. Avaritia is known to be the city of the greedy, and the myth goes that the Avaritians were so greedy that they fought so much over wealth, food and drink that they eventually destroyed themselves. Nobody truly knows how Avaritia destroyed itself; the mystery still confuses scholars, as there is little evidence to explain much more than fierce battle within the city.
(If you’d like to know how Avaritia was destroyed, just ask. It will be tied to the plot later.)
To the West there are great mountains which span the length of the Kingdom, there are known as the Eastern Mountains or the ‘nesting grounds’. The greatest number of demonic creatures are born in the mountains but little is known of the mountains as venturing even near them means a swift death for most; they are often surrounded by thick billows of grey smoke, indicating great blazes amongst the mountains. Between the Mountains and Paradisia lies the ruins of Avaritia, which are surrounded by many hills and grasslands making any raids of the city's ancient treasures difficult.
To the North lies Nox Forest; this forest is the subject of much dread to the people of Paradisia. It holds the closest demonic population and is filled with thousands of demons, some of which have the ability to fly and have been known to snatch humans from the slums of Paradisia into the forest. The forest is almost entirely completely dark even during day, hence the name ‘Nox’.
To the South are the ruins of Pulchritudo, submerged in a great lake of water filled with water demons. Amongst these are mammoth serpents which occasionally venture onto the banks to devour lesser demon prey and humans, as well as Merfolk with razor sharp teeth and scaly black skin.