The Duchy of Burgundy
Western provinces. The Duchy of Burgundy, before its dissolution, contained the following smaller fiefs: the County of Marchand and the Shires of Shropshire and Dershire.
Geography & Climate:
The Duchy of Burgundy is situated to the West of the Royal Court. Within its bounds are arable farmlands, deciduous forests, and one principle river. The town of Shropshire is the region's largest city, which became the principle trade center for Haevinia as a result of its central location.
The citizens of Burgundy are solid, practical people. Resistant to change and suspicious of outsiders, the residents of Burgundy cherish their ancient beliefs and traditions. Their skill with material goods, and their careful preservation of time-honored traditions, make them excellent craftsmen and shrewd business people.