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Black Company map of the south by Scwoobee

Conjectural map of the southern continent by Scwoobee

The southern continent of the homeworld was the setting for most of the Books of the South, as well as some of the events of The Silver Spike and many of the events of the Books of Glittering Stone. Its northern boundary is the Sea of Torments, above which lies the northern continent.

Natural features[]

Major natural features – starting south of Beryl and continuing southward – include:

Other natural features – starting east of Beryl, continuing eastward, and mentioned exclusively in The Silver Spike – include:

Southern continent map

An older map, from The Black Company Campaign Setting

Cities and civilizations[]

Starting in the north and heading south, significant cities and settlements of the southern continent include:

Continuing south, the cities below are all south of the Main and were all once part of the Shadowlands:

  • Dejagore, also called "Jaicur" by the locals and "Stormgard" by the Shadowmasters, a major city south of the Grove, eventually linked to Taglios via the Rock Road
  • Tragevec, another major city, also called "Shadowlight" when it was part of the Shadowlands, near the most populous and prosperous region of the Shadowlands
  • New Dhar, had been simply "Dhar" before being leveled and rebuilt by the Shadowmasters, a noteworthy city somewhere south of Dejagore and north of Kiaulune
  • Fred, a noteworthy city somewhere south of Dejagore and north of Kiaulune
  • Six, a noteworthy city somewhere south of Dejagore and north of Kiaulune
  • Pityus, roughly 400 miles southeast of Taglios, this was the very first place to be conquered by the Shadowmasters
  • Kiaulune, a massive, ancient city, called "Shadowcatch" when it was part of the Shadowlands, deep in the southernmost region
  • The Shadowgate, a prehistoric and mysterious structure

Other cities and settlements – starting east of Beryl, continuing eastward, and mentioned exclusively in The Silver Spike – include:

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