Poitiers is a rural province located on the western coast of the East Island, to the west of the city of Westmoor.
Maintaining one of the most expansive coastlines in the northern reaches, the people of Poitiers have a long, proud tradition of raising some of the finest mainland seafarers and fishermen. Its village markets teem with vendors selling fresh fish while local traders offer fresh, salted, and dried fish to the cities of Westmoor, Perdan, and even distant Oligarch.
Inland, Poitiers is blessed with rich, fertile rolling hills and seemingly endless plains. In these hills, many freemen and indentured farmers grow essential crops, such as wheat, barley, and oats. Many of these crops are then sent to the great riverside mills of Troyes for grinding into flour and meal.
The regional seat of government is the large village of Drakkon, which houses the Dragon Tower where the Counts of Poitiers (and in ancient times, the Kings) hold court. It is also where the majority of warehouses and training camps are located. Unlike most villages in the region, Drakkon is unique. In truth, it is a half buried fortress, walls long since crumbled and overgrown. The homes and shops that line its streets are thick stone, no matter if the old buildings were once simple barracks or are the ruins of a toppled tower. It is unknown when Drakkon was first settled or by whom.
last updated on 2012-03-01 by Thomas
- Old Rancagua took control of this rogue region. --Indirik 14:25, 10 May 2006 (CEST)
- Poitiers revolted against Perdan and declares independence. --Indirik 1 May 2006 20:31 (CEST)
- Poitiers revolted against Oligarch and joined Perdan. --Indirik 19 April 2006 13:53 (CEST)
- Oligarch took control of this region from Old Rancagua. -- 10 March 2006
- Perdan took control of the region. -- 10 July 2008
- Fontan took control of the region.
- Perdan and Fontan continually fight for control of the region.
- Westmoor controls the region.
- Site of many battles during the Continental war eventually raising the banner of Nivemus