For Crown and Country
The southern lands of Tirova are a sea of bright green plains and vibrant fields of flowers topped by mountains and hills in the northwest. As well, numerous small lakes dot the landscape. The iron in these hills is plentiful and keeps many in work either in the mines or behind the forge. Despite their hardworking nature, the people of Tirova have developed a reputation for vanity. Everyone, down to the lowest swine herd goes to great lengths to dress well and appear as handsome ad possible. The Tirovans see this as a measure of one’s work ethic for if they cannot be bothered to appear as presentable as possible, what kind of effort goes into their vocation?