D&D - 4th Edition - Eberron Map Breland
Map of Breland
Capital Wroat
Government Constitutional Monarchy
Ruler King Boranel
Population 3,700,000
Humans 44%
Gnomes 14%
Half-elves 10%
Elves 8%
Halflings 4%
Changelings 4%
Goblinoids 4%
Orcs 3%
Other 2%
Religions Sovereign Host, Silver Flame
Exports Weapons, armor, tools, processed ore, metalwork, manufactured goods, heavy industry

Breland coat of arms

Breland is one of the five nations of central Khorvaire it lies in the southwest of the continent enjoying one of the largest areas of the nations and territories. Breland is a mix of open farmland, woodland and sprawling metropolis, the most famous of which is Sharn. The Lightning Rail originates out of Sharn and from there travels across Breland and out to the other nations of Khorvaire, while House Orien roadways branch out to more remote locations among the countryside.

Location Edit

Breland occupies a large swath of land nestled between Zilargo to the east and Droaam to the west while sharing its northern border with the Eldeen Reaches and Aundair, and even touches Darguun and The Mournland in its far eastern area. The Straits of Shargon stab into Breland with the Dagger River, while the Graywall Mountains in the west prevent monstrous invasions from Droaam. Other geographic boundaries are Lake Brey, Silver Lake, Lake Galifar and the Blackcap Mountains to the north, and the Howling Peaks and the King's Forest to the east.

Society Edit

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Power groups Edit

Noble familiesEdit

  • ir'Clarn
  • ir'Dain
  • ir'Demell
  • ir'Iff
  • ir'Jalon
  • ir'Kade
  • ir'Kalain
  • ir'Kavay
  • ir'Laisha
  • ir'Marasha
  • ir'Moran
  • ir'Morgrave
  • ir'Oeskai
  • ir'Ranek
  • ir'Starn
  • ir'Tain
  • ir'Tajar
  • ir'Talan
  • ir'Tarrn
  • ir'Thadian
  • ir'Tonn
  • ir'Tyran

Brelish Names Edit

Male: Alain, Beren, Cord, Curlot, Destir, Duran, Erix, Jovi, Kaine, Kuven, Laren, Lis, Maal, Minyu, Nelt, Norn, Oarsen, Pater, Pol, Rand, Reesir, Saal, Stend, Tars, Teesen, Uthar, Verden, Vorj, Werem, Wrogarr, Yelfis.

Female: Aanna, Alike, Beaf, Channa, Dabren, Delru, Elazti, Fromm, Gersi, Glenas, Habra, Heeson, Isti, Itlani, Joherra, Ket, Khaal, Lorsanna, Margu. Maril, Monesti, Narcy, Nebra, Penti, Riki, Soranda, Tabin, Tolri, Wroaan, Wroenna.

Surnames: Aggan, Bakker, Colworn, Devir, Ebinor, Faldren, Graccen, Helmworth, Jonz, Kemble, Lanner, Lonn, Makker, Morrus, Nelview, Perryn, Riston, Roole, Smyth, Snarik, Thorn, Toppe, Wrighten.

History Edit

Under Galifar Edit

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The Last War Edit

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Monarchs of Breland (post-Galifar)Edit

Years of Rule Monarch
892-919 YK Wroann ir'Wynarn
919-922 YK Kason ir'Wynarn
922-927 YK Brask ir'Wynarn (regent)
928-960 YK Boranex ir'Wynarn
961 YK - Boranel ir'Wynarn

Cities and settlements Edit

Cities of Breland
Ardev · Argonth · Baran's Keep · Black Pit · Brey Crossing · Castle Arakhain · Cragwar · Drum Keep · First Tower
Flint Keep · Fort Tansend · Galethspyre · Glyphstone Keep · Hatheril · Kennrun · Lurching Tower · Mistmarsh · Moonwatch
New Cyre · Nowhere · Orcbone · Ringbriar · Shadlowlock Keep · Sharn · Shavalant · Shining Valley · Starilaskur · Sterngate
Sword Keep · Torch Keep · Vathirond · Woodhelm · Wroat · Xandrar · Zilspar

Other notable features Edit

Foreign Relations Edit

The Daughters of Sora Kell have been very busy trying to gain allies and new sources of revenue. They have made contact with most of western Khorvaire, most particularly Aundair, Breland and Zilargo. Because of this, many minotaur bodyguards and ogre laborers can be found in various Brelish and Zil towns. Thrane refuses to deal with Droaam laborers and mercenaries, and most adherents of the Silver Flame are deeply disturbed by these recent developments.

The Sisters petitioned, unsuccessfully, to be part of the Thronehold Accord, and thus their nation remains unrecognized.

Notes Edit

References Edit

Keith Baker, Bill Slavicsek, and James Wyatt (2004). Wizards of the CoastISBN 0-7869-3274-0.

Bill Slavicsek, David Noonan, and Christopher Perkins (2005). Wizards of the CoastISBN 0-7869-3690-8.

James Wyatt, Keith Baker, Luke Johnson, Steven Brown (2006). Wizards of the CoastISBN 0-7869-3912-5.

Regions & Nations of Khorvaire
Aundair | Breland | Darguun | The Demon Wastes | Droaam | The Eldeen Reaches | Karrnath | The Lhazaar Principalities | The Mournland | The Mror Holds | Q'Barra | The Shadow Marches | The Talenta Plains | Thrane | Valenar | Zilargo