The continent of Fidius is extensively covered by deserts, which makes it difficult for most beings to live there. Especially demons have lived here in the past, and even in modern times some can be found there. On the other hand, the ordinaries, druids and magicians have preferred to live in the coastal area and near the jungle. Fidius is divided into four countries:  •	Deserta (capital: Bastet) •	Suburra (main village: Vaculla) •	Syrtis (capital: Lemphis) •	Risu (capital: Tafnes)  In the deserts, temperatures can reach 60°C during the day and drop to 30°C at night. In the winter months, the desert can get as cold as -10°C at night. On the coasts and in the jungle, on the other hand, it is somewhat cooler with a maximum of 45°C during the day. In most areas, the temperatures remain constant around 27 - 30 °C.  Fidius includes several islands and island groups. These are also sparsely inhabited, but offer a much more pleasant atmosphere and temperatures of 25 to max. 33 °C due to the sea winds.  Despite the high temperatures, there are steadily growing numbers in the villages and towns, as well as immigrants from Portunus and Mercurius.  Probably the most densely populated land of Fidius is Deserta, which is due to the connection between Portunus and Fidius, as well as the various rivers. The capital Bastet, as well as the cities Harena, Sandyx, Ebur and Excetra were already in the times of the Pharaohs the biggest of their time. This hasn't changed and the inhabitants live there from agriculture, handicraft and worldwide trade via the harbor cities and villages.  Deserta is crossed by the Ascania jungle, as well as the Contumax jungle. While the Ascania Jungle has spread extensively to the north, the Contumax Jungle is not quite as dense and is easier to walk through. The Contumax Jungle stretches along almost the entire east coast and is the only way to Risu unless you want to hike through the desert.   Deserta's desert is divided into three areas, the slightly cooler desert area near the Ascania Jungle, the steppe between the cities of Sandyx and Harena, and the hot sandy desert that also crosses the rest of the continent.  The entire country is flat and has almost no mountainous terrain. Only if you move north to reach the continent of Portunus, you have to cross the Moniturus Mountains. The highest peak is at an altitude of 5,199 km. A wide pass leads safely through the mountains, but there are also brave climbers who try to reach the summit. Most who have ever tried have had unpleasant encounters with demons, who often live in caves at the higher levels.  Deserta includes the Caralan Islands and the smallest island of the Magnovia Islands. The Caralan islands are characterized by the Contumax jungle, on each of the islands there is a single village, which lives by fishing, as well as the shipping trade. The small Magnovia Island belongs more to the Portunus continent in terms of climate and flora. However, it was difficult to agree on the continental borders during the conflict. As a peaceful solution, the Magnovia Island was divided. Deserta received the closer small island, which is free of mountains and has only a few trees. The temperature there is around 23 - 30 °C in summer. In winter it can get cold up to -5 °C.   The capital Bastet is located directly on the sea and is crossed by one of the rivers Desertas. In the center of the city, the district of Azae is the marketplace, where fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as other food and clothing are still sold twice a week as in earlier times. To the south, within the city walls, lies the Mubastis Temple, where statues of the three highest Egyptian gods still stand. Within the walls of the city center are also the districts of Leaethus and Bemphis. Leaethus has two modern harbors, which are used for trade and tourism.  Outside the ring of walls, to the east, lies the district of Noryllus. This is rather quiet in contrast to the active everyday life in the city center and is inhabited mainly by farmers and simple people. If you leave the city through it, you will pass by the large fields in most cases.  To the west are the districts of Surcrea and Ortentis. Sucrea also has a port through which trade is conducted exclusively. Ortentis, on the other hand, is characterized by poverty and crime.   On the other side of the river is the district of Gezira. Only a few ferries connect it with the rest of the city, which additionally lead the residents in or out of the city. Residents who live directly on the river usually have their own small boat.   At the times of the Egyptian pharaohs, witchcraft was also practiced in Bastet, as well as other large cities. Even today there are some sorcerers and witches who live there in hiding.  The land of Suburra lies to the west of Fidius and is inhabited by very few ordinary people. In the middle of the desert, but close to the border with Deserta, lie the old ruins of a former village of the Ordinaries buried under the sand. Many people tried to get a foothold in the Suburra Desert, but without success. The only creatures that succeeded were the demons. In their heyday, there was the demon city of Nemorosus, near the Livor Oasis. Today, only the ruins remain there, slowly being swallowed up by the desert. Further south, in the Rubidus jungle, there is a spring that rises between some rocks. Demons once called it the Fountain of Destiny, where every demon's destiny begins and ends. Many dead demon bodies were buried in the fire near it and left among the ashes to decompose. Some bones can still be discovered there.   The Rubidus jungle stretches along just about the entire coastal edge of Suburra. It is densest in the northwest, where there is also a cave that once served as a shadow gate.  Suburra also has some small, narrow rivers. However, only druids live on the mainland, and they also administer the whole land. The village of Vaculla is the headquarters, which also has a small harbor. Besides Vaculla, there are also the villages of Paniscus, Dolabella and Brevitas. The druids live in connection with nature and respect the demons that settle in the jungle. All four villages are located south of the former Shadow Gate.   However, not only druids and demons live in Suburra. On the group of islands called Seruel and Gicia Island, some ordinaries have settled as well. Spread over the four islands, there are eleven villages and one small town that live exclusively from import and export.  Syrtis is often called the dead land. Only the capital Lemphis and the seaside village Vahab can be found on the mainland. Syrtis consists almost exclusively of a desert landscape. If you dare to go further out into the desert, you can look forward to fighting demons, sunbathing salamanders, dijnns floating around, quicksand and canyons.   A short distance into Syrtis is the Contumax Jungle, where the two places mentioned above are located. In the very south of the continent lie the tropical islands. The air there is humid and muggy. On the larger island there are three villages, all of which have their own harbor. Agriculture is also practiced in the midst of the jungle and much of the life is derived from trade across the ocean. On the smaller island is the village of Afonus, which also has a harbor. This isn't functional, the ships have mostly already sunk to the bottom of the sea. Afonus is a village inhabited by almost only black magicians. They are free black magicians, descendants of the former servants of Satan. Some are immortals, others additionally practice druidism or witchcraft, and a few were born without any magic. The non-magical often move to other towns and villages in adulthood. Food is often purchased from the mainland or stolen. Most black magicians try to earn their money through work. Thus, they become assassins, detectives, herbal healers, or treasure hunters. A few engage in fishing or practice a craft.  From the Seviguna group of islands, the southernmost island still belongs to Syrtis. Here, too, there is a small village called Eralus with a harbor. Fishing and trade determine life here as well.  The smallest country of Fidius is Risu and is characterized by the Contumax jungle at the coast, as well as the Palatinatu mountains in the middle of the desert. The capital Tafnes is located in the desert, but far enough towards the coast that the inhabitants can provide themselves with everything they need. Tafnes is generally a very modern and cultured city. Because of its peculiarity that here the townspeople brave the heat and cold of the desert, it attracts tourists from near and far. Getting there is not always easy and is considered a test of God by strong believers.   The village of Cesna would certainly be an attraction as well if it were not so disreputable. Among the ordinary people it is said that only criminals live there. The truth is that it is a village full of half-demons. They aren't affected by the Pact of Compulsion, so they have no obligation to serve Satan. Since they are despised by demons themselves, due to their lack of pure blood, and misunderstood by mortals, they have founded their own village. Cesna is located directly in the Palatinatu Mountains, with some houses built into the stone walls and caves. Most, however, stand on flat rocky ground or desert sand. The Palatinatu Mountains are 3,451 km high at their highest point.  In the Contumax jungle and near the sea there are more villages of the ordinaries, but Risu isn't particularly densely populated, although isolated rivers also flow through the jungle. Just three villages can be found on the mainland and four more on the Seviguna Islands. Here, too, life is mainly based on trade across the ocean.
The continent „Fidius“
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The continent of Fidius is extensively covered by deserts, which makes it difficult for most beings to live there. Especially demons have lived here in the past, and even in modern times some can be found there. On the other hand, the ordinaries, druids and magicians have preferred to live in the coastal area and near the jungle. Fidius is divided into four countries: Deserta (capital: Bastet) Suburra (main village: Vaculla) Syrtis (capital: Lemphis) Risu (capital: Tafnes) In the deserts, temperatures can reach 60°C during the day and drop to 30°C at night. In the winter months, the desert can get as cold as -10°C at night. On the coasts and in the jungle, on the other hand, it is somewhat cooler with a maximum of 45°C during the day. In most areas, the temperatures remain constant around 27 - 30 °C. Fidius includes several islands and island groups. These are also sparsely inhabited, but offer a much more pleasant atmosphere and temperatures of 25 to max. 33 °C due to the sea winds. Despite the high temperatures, there are steadily growing numbers in the villages and towns, as well as immigrants from Portunus and Mercurius. Probably the most densely populated land of Fidius is Deserta, which is due to the connection between Portunus and Fidius, as well as the various rivers. The capital Bastet, as well as the cities Harena, Sandyx, Ebur and Excetra were already in the times of the Pharaohs the biggest of their time. This hasn't changed and the inhabitants live there from agriculture, handicraft and worldwide trade via the harbor cities and villages. Deserta is crossed by the Ascania jungle, as well as the Contumax jungle. While the Ascania Jungle has spread extensively to the north, the Contumax Jungle is not quite as dense and is easier to walk through. The Contumax Jungle stretches along almost the entire east coast and is the only way to Risu unless you want to hike through the desert. Deserta's desert is divided into three areas, the slightly cooler desert area near the Ascania Jungle, the steppe between the cities of Sandyx and Harena, and the hot sandy desert that also crosses the rest of the continent. The entire country is flat and has almost no mountainous terrain. Only if you move north to reach the continent of Portunus, you have to cross the Moniturus Mountains. The highest peak is at an altitude of 5,199 km. A wide pass leads safely through the mountains, but there are also brave climbers who try to reach the summit. Most who have ever tried have had unpleasant encounters with demons, who often live in caves at the higher levels. Deserta includes the Caralan Islands and the smallest island of the Magnovia Islands. The Caralan islands are characterized by the Contumax jungle, on each of the islands there is a single village, which lives by fishing, as well as the shipping trade. The small Magnovia Island belongs more to the Portunus continent in terms of climate and flora. However, it was difficult to agree on the continental borders during the conflict. As a peaceful solution, the Magnovia Island was divided. Deserta received the closer small island, which is free of mountains and has only a few trees. The temperature there is around 23 - 30 °C in summer. In winter it can get cold up to -5 °C. The capital Bastet is located directly on the sea and is crossed by one of the rivers Desertas. In the center of the city, the district of Azae is the marketplace, where fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as other food and clothing are still sold twice a week as in earlier times. To the south, within the city walls, lies the Mubastis Temple, where statues of the three highest Egyptian gods still stand. Within the walls of the city center are also the districts of Leaethus and Bemphis. Leaethus has two modern harbors, which are used for trade and tourism. Outside the ring of walls, to the east, lies the district of Noryllus. This is rather quiet in contrast to the active everyday life in the city center and is inhabited mainly by farmers and simple people. If you leave the city through it, you will pass by the large fields in most cases. To the west are the districts of Surcrea and Ortentis. Sucrea also has a port through which trade is conducted exclusively. Ortentis, on the other hand, is characterized by poverty and crime. On the other side of the river is the district of Gezira. Only a few ferries connect it with the rest of the city, which additionally lead the residents in or out of the city. Residents who live directly on the river usually have their own small boat. At the times of the Egyptian pharaohs, witchcraft was also practiced in Bastet, as well as other large cities. Even today there are some sorcerers and witches who live there in hiding. The land of Suburra lies to the west of Fidius and is inhabited by very few ordinary people. In the middle of the desert, but close to the border with Deserta, lie the old ruins of a former village of the Ordinaries buried under the sand. Many people tried to get a foothold in the Suburra Desert, but without success. The only creatures that succeeded were the demons. In their heyday, there was the demon city of Nemorosus, near the Livor Oasis. Today, only the ruins remain there, slowly being swallowed up by the desert. Further south, in the Rubidus jungle, there is a spring that rises between some rocks. Demons once called it the Fountain of Destiny, where every demon's destiny begins and ends. Many dead demon bodies were buried in the fire near it and left among the ashes to decompose. Some bones can still be discovered there. The Rubidus jungle stretches along just about the entire coastal edge of Suburra. It is densest in the northwest, where there is also a cave that once served as a shadow gate. Suburra also has some small, narrow rivers. However, only druids live on the mainland, and they also administer the whole land. The village of Vaculla is the headquarters, which also has a small harbor. Besides Vaculla, there are also the villages of Paniscus, Dolabella and Brevitas. The druids live in connection with nature and respect the demons that settle in the jungle. All four villages are located south of the former Shadow Gate. However, not only druids and demons live in Suburra. On the group of islands called Seruel and Gicia Island, some ordinaries have settled as well. Spread over the four islands, there are eleven villages and one small town that live exclusively from import and export. Syrtis is often called the dead land. Only the capital Lemphis and the seaside village Vahab can be found on the mainland. Syrtis consists almost exclusively of a desert landscape. If you dare to go further out into the desert, you can look forward to fighting demons, sunbathing salamanders, dijnns floating around, quicksand and canyons. A short distance into Syrtis is the Contumax Jungle, where the two places mentioned above are located. In the very south of the continent lie the tropical islands. The air there is humid and muggy. On the larger island there are three villages, all of which have their own harbor. Agriculture is also practiced in the midst of the jungle and much of the life is derived from trade across the ocean. On the smaller island is the village of Afonus, which also has a harbor. This isn't functional, the ships have mostly already sunk to the bottom of the sea. Afonus is a village inhabited by almost only black magicians. They are free black magicians, descendants of the former servants of Satan. Some are immortals, others additionally practice druidism or witchcraft, and a few were born without any magic. The non- magical often move to other towns and villages in adulthood. Food is often purchased from the mainland or stolen. Most black magicians try to earn their money through work. Thus, they become assassins, detectives, herbal healers, or treasure hunters. A few engage in fishing or practice a craft. From the Seviguna group of islands, the southernmost island still belongs to Syrtis. Here, too, there is a small village called Eralus with a harbor. Fishing and trade determine life here as well. The smallest country of Fidius is Risu and is characterized by the Contumax jungle at the coast, as well as the Palatinatu mountains in the middle of the desert. The capital Tafnes is located in the desert, but far enough towards the coast that the inhabitants can provide themselves with everything they need. Tafnes is generally a very modern and cultured city. Because of its peculiarity that here the townspeople brave the heat and cold of the desert, it attracts tourists from near and far. Getting there is not always easy and is considered a test of God by strong believers. The village of Cesna would certainly be an attraction as well if it were not so disreputable. Among the ordinary people it is said that only criminals live there. The truth is that it is a village full of half-demons. They aren't affected by the Pact of Compulsion, so they have no obligation to serve Satan. Since they are despised by demons themselves, due to their lack of pure blood, and misunderstood by mortals, they have founded their own village. Cesna is located directly in the Palatinatu Mountains, with some houses built into the stone walls and caves. Most, however, stand on flat rocky ground or desert sand. The Palatinatu Mountains are 3,451 km high at their highest point. In the Contumax jungle and near the sea there are more villages of the ordinaries, but Risu isn't particularly densely populated, although isolated rivers also flow through the jungle. Just three villages can be found on the mainland and four more on the Seviguna Islands. Here, too, life is mainly based on trade across the ocean.
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The continent „Fidius“