Once the cradle of western civilisation, the six islands of the Vodacce archipelago are a twisted legacy of the great Numan empire. The swamps and plains of the mainland feed the nation, while being divided and controlled by the Merchant Princes from afar.





Abbey of Saint Giovanna - Located in Jesalute, it is a centre for missionary activities to the nearby Crescent lands.

Academy of St Lorenzo - Foremost school of architecture in Vodacce, located in Laurentia and containing the ancient library.

Agitazione - Mondavi city in the foothills on the route between Numa and Castille.

Amozare - City of Bernoulli's Isle. Enhanced by the technology of raising water for domestic use, it also houses an impressive dock that allows a ship all the way through the heart of the city to the palace itself.

Arene Candide - Coastal territory running across Vodacce. Divided between the Lucani, Villanova and Falisci families.

Belluno - Permanent Cymbr village.

Bessarion - Coastal metropolis under Villanova control, you will not find a greater den of scum and villany.

Cafe of Broken Dreams - Low-class canalside bar in Chiarisa owned by Alonzo du Boise and frequented by the usual assortment of low-lifes.

Caligari's Isle - The nearest to the mainland, it contains only a few rolling hills in contrast to the mountains of the southern isles. Recently sank into the sea, a strange ship was seen to leave the ruined city of Reinascienza.

Casigula Rosa - City at the source of the Yuphrates river. Known as the "City of Angels".

Cathedra of Santa Marta - Twelth century church built on the supposed site of the tomb of the First Prophet, the ashes of who had been carried away by Mattheus and Maria.

Cathedral of Saint Mattheus - Grand cathedral in Numa currently overseen by Cardinal Ciosa.

Chiarisa - City on Mondavi's Isle built in the twelfth century on top of Numan ruins. The architecture is especially striking.

Church of Saint Agnese - Sited in Reinascienza it is a masterpiece of architecture designed by Stefano Campo del Caligara, towering above the neighboring noble houses.

Cuore Governo - Government building in Puertofino known as the "Heart of State". Designed by Vinchenti himself, it is a development of early gothic style and is often known simply as the "Rachele".

Deitan River - Flows from the Levanzo hills past the city of Agitazione to the sourthern sea.

Dilatente School - The academy in Serine is the premier finishing school for the young ladies of Vodacce.

Dionna - City of the Villanova family located on the largest island.

Dolla Mira - Location of a large salt quarry on the mainland, convicted criminals are often sent here to work out their penal sentences.

Dovunque - Large city built upon the ruins of the Numan city of Serra Antigone. Located near the Yuphades river and surrounded by salt marshes.

Druken Griffon - Run-down inn in Porto Spacia, mainly used now by local criminal gangs.

Elena - Ancient Numan city being maintained by the Vestini family as a reminder of their heritage and legitimacy of rule.

Emelia - Provincial capital of the Falisci lands. Hosting one of the largest wineries in Theah, it has recently seen an influx of peasants coming down the Yuphrades from Dovunque.

Estivo della Verde - Southernmost port on the Vodacce mainland and also the most fortified. The docks here produce most of the merchant shipping that serves the Princes.

Florentina - Small city under Mondavi control on the mainland, controls one of the overland routes to the Eisen border.

Fontaine - Grand city of the arts built on the cleansed ruins of Quattro Alle. The low taxes of the Vestini have lead to a massive growth in population.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele - The magnificant palace of the Mondavi rising some two thousand feet above sea level along the spine of the island. Bridges arch majestically over the city to Piazzas della Scala and della Duomo.

Golden Eagle Inn - Six story tall hotel in Porto Spacia, owned by Stefano Salvadori.

Gorivari - City on Lucani's Isle. The ruling family lived here when it was under Villanova dominion. Shows some Castillian influence in city architecture, especially the provision of walls.

Guarre de Puertofino - Closest city to the Castillian border, it acted as an ancient trade hub with Acraga and now sees a steady influx on Castillian emigrés.

Hippodromos Magnificens - Enormous stone racecourse in Numa dating back to the Old Republic.

Il Muro - "The Wall" is an infamous prison carved into the cliffside on the western coast fifteen miles from Bressarion in Villanova lands. Formerly an iron mine, it is without doubt the harshest penal facility in the entirity of Theah.

Jesalute - City on the Crescent border that many monks travel to in order to start a pilgrimage to the holy lands.

Laurentia - Caligari city north of Numa that acts as a major trade centre. Named for the Numan leader Casum Lauretus.

Levanzo Hills - Small range surrounding the ancient city of Numa.

Lorenzo's Isle - Formerly the most southern island, it dissapeared in 1011 AV with the destruction of the family. It is said the sea there occasionally runs red.

Lucani's Isle - Twinned with Falisci's isle, once a series of bridges connected the two.

Luserna - Permanent Cymbr village.

Mantua - Northern territory formerly controlled by the Bianco family, now divided between the Mondavi, Caligari and Vestini.

Medico - City on Falisci's Isle with a large Montaigne community. A large sprawling mass with subterranean levels housing the poorer elements of society.

Monestery of Saint Baldarrazzo - Massive black walled complex sited on the plains north of Porto Spatia. Produces the finest olive oil in Vodacce.

Mondavi's Isle - Mountainous island at the southern end of the chain.

Mount Olimpia - Tourist city in the shadow of the tallest peak in the Palo di Olimpia range. Formerly a Numan centre for philosophical thought, it is still ruled using the ancient traditions.

Numa - Former capital of the Old Republic, it is now a neutral site on the mainland where the Merchant Princes occasionally meet to discuss business. Centuries of building have led to a series of concentric rings, from early gothic out to more modern styles.

Palizza de Agitazione - Palace in the city of Agitazionne half destroyed by the fall of the Lorenzo, for who is was their main refuge.

Palo di Olimpia - Mountains running north along Bernoulli lands.

Perseguita - The "Haunting Place" in Gorivari is said to be were a strega cursed the entire Lucani line, certainly none of the family ever ventures into this dark and ruined place.

Piazza della Duomo - Spiritual plaza on the sourthern edge of Mondavi's Isla under the cliff face.

Piazza della Scala - Secular plaza on the northern tip of Mondavi's Isle.

Piazza di Castillia - Stepped plaza bulit on a Numan holy site, it was finally completed by Francesco de Sanchs.

Piazza Navona - Numan-style plaza in central Reinascienza built on the death of Delaga and containing a bronze statue of the Senator.

Porta Serafina - Provincial capital at the heart of Villanova lands. The people have an intense hatred for pirates.

Porto Spatia - Port city that thrives on its illegal trade with the Crescents.

Profeta Chiesa - City named for its church that serves as the administrative capital for Mondavi lands, in the heart of a fertile belt of farmland.

Quattro Alle - City of the Lorenzo family, it was burned to the ground by Andare in the attack on the Bianco holdings.

Reinascienza - City on Caligari's Isle, it acts as a first port for most traffic from the mainland. Known for the Winter's Ball that marks the start of the political season.

Sant'Andrea - Coastal city of the Lucani, formerly an important Arene Candide centre. Built on the ruins of the early Speturas city-state.

Serine - City of Vestini's Isle that spans two artificially connected islands. Home of the famous Dilatente finishing school for young ladies.

St Ivo della Sapienza - Small village on the edge of the Olimpia mountains defended from the Bianco family by Andare and his holy knights.

Teramo - Eastern territory of the Gallili family along the Palo di Olimpa range, now solely controlled by the Bernoulli.

The Span - Name given to the grand bridge that stretches nearly a mile from the plains up to the cliff entrance to Casigula Rosa and its nearby waterfall. A wonder of architecture created with the help of sorte.

Tigres River - Ancient waterway running through the centre of the nation, Numa lies just south of the mouth.

Udine - Permanent Cymbr village.

University of Dionna - The only real university in Vodacce is housed in a single thirteen storey building. They work closely with the local Explorer's Society organisation.

University of Elena - Renowned centre of learning from the renaissance, its fortunes have fallen in more recent centuries with it now taking in less than six hundred students.

University of Laurentia - Mondavi controlled insitute where Chrysoloras lectured before moving to Elena.

Ventua - Southern mainland territory formerly controlled by the Delaga family.

Yuphades River - River of southern Vodacce running out into the bay at Casigula Rosa.