The land of Susiname lies the south. It takes a strong minded adventurer to wander along the silver coastlines. To delve further into the deep forests Is a quest not for the faint of heart.
It was a land of monsters. Giants, trolls and other monsters of the unspeakable variety roamed deep inland.
Susiname was also a kingdom of great division. King Desmond died. It is told that he faced the great Malwock Beast in protection of his kingdom but the beast had the better. With it’s poison the king was turned to stone. A monument was erected in his memory at the gate of the Genya Estate (home of the Susiname royalty). Some say it is merely a monument. Other’s believe that it is the petrified king himself who lies beneath.
Desmond’s five children quarrelled. Blood was shed. Before a full scale war was declared, King Roman of Navaria, a powerful neighbouring kingdom to the North and King Benjamin of Elgany, another powerful neighbour stepped in and brought peace to the troubled land.
Control of Susiname was given to Desmond’s eldest son, Zan Zee. Zan Zee ruled with his Okoye Guard by his side.
Beneath the glorious sun kissed surface lies a horrific injustice. The leaders below Zanzee were unsatisfied with their gains. They wanted more. They needed labour to toil their lands and the labour was expensive. A trade began in human lives. Sold into slavery were those who had nowhere else to go, those deemed lower in caste and those who had no means of paying their debts.
Susiname had its monsters, but for each new child born into slavery there was a desire to escape into the unknown, no matter what they would be up against.
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