The Kralori Empire is a major country in Kralorela


  • The Kralori Empire is ruled by an immortal dragon with the aid of a vast civilian bureaucracy.
  • It can be divided into two regions, the mainland and the islands
  • The mainland encompasses must of the eastern coast of Genertela and is drained by several large rivers.
  • The islands are scattered among the Suam Chow and range from the tiny islands of the Gnow Chang Hia to the massive Hum Chang; the northern part of Fanzai island is also part of the Empire.
  • Kralorela is divided adminstratively into several provinces
  • The mainland provinces are Shiyang, Hanjan, Jaubon, Puchai and Boshan
  • The insular provinces are Kaisen, Modaings, Zon An and Wanzow
  • Kralorela has almost nine million inhabitants
  • Its urban population is concentrated in fifteen large cities; three of which are metropolises. The metropolises are Chi Ting the Imperial Capital, Sha Ming and Chang Tsai.
  • Also known as the Kwalings by the Lunar Empire


  • Due to past invasions, they are xenophobic and despise foreigners.


  • Ruling Kralorela is the Dragon Emperor; currently this is Godunya
  • Despite the apparent omnipotence of the Emperor, he has little say in its administration.
  • For example Sheng Seleris ran amok in three provinces in seven years before Godunya intervened.
  • The emperor is served by a vast civilian bureacracy of Mandarins and other important officials.
  • The highest ranks of the bureaucracy are the Exarchs or Lesser Dragon Kings.
  • Several Exarchs are Archexarchs with authority over other Exarchs, such as the commander of Kralori armed forces.
  • Officials who have been disgraced are traditionally exiled to Chern Durel.



  • The ruling religion of Kralorela is the worship of the Dragons; the Kralori worship them as Gods while all the higher officials study its secrets.
  • Traditional Kralori faith stems from the gods of Abzered with Metsyla being their head.
  • A minority of Kralori follow the teachings of the sage NiangMao who once advised Shavaya
  • The Path of Immanent Mastery survives from the reign of Shang Hsa; its practitioners are mocked as being ignorant.


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