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  • Aundair

    Capital: Fairhaven
    Population: 2,000,000 (51% humans, 16% half-elves, 11% elves, 11% gnomes, 5% halflings, 3% shifter, 2% changelings, 1% other)
    Exports: Wine, cheese, grains, agriculture,

  • Breland

    Capital: Wroat
    Population: 3,700,000 (44% humans, 14% gnomes, 10% half-elves, 8% elves, 7% dwarves, 4% halflings, 4% changelings, 4% goblinoids, 3% orcs, 2% other)
    Exports: Weapons, armor,

  • Darguun

    Capital: Rhukaan Draal
    Population: 800,000 (39% goblins, 29% hobgoblins, 13% bugbears, 6% kobolds, 6% humans, 4% gnomes, 3% other)
    Exports: Mercenary services
    Languages:

  • Droaam

    Capital: The Great Crag
    Population: 500,000 (20% gnoll, 19% orcs, 18% goblins, 5% shifters, 38% other races, including half-orcs, harpies, hill giants, humans, medusas, minotaurs, ogres, and trolls)

  • Karrnath

    Capital: Korth
    Population: 2,500,000 (52% humans, 18% dwarves, 10% halflings, 8% half-elves, 8% elves, 4% other)
    Exports: Ale, dairy, glass, grain, livestock, lumber, paper, textiles
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  • The Mournland

    Capital: None
    Population: 1,000 [estimated] (98% warforged, 2% other)
    Exports: None
    Languages Common

    Once, Cyre shone more brightly than any of its sibling

  • The Mror Holds

    Capital: Krona Peak
    Population: 700,000 (65% dwarves, 12% humans, 10% orcs, 8% gnomes, 5% other)
    Exports: Banking, precious and nonprecious metals
    Languages: Dwarven,

  • Q'barra

    Capital: Newthrone
    Population: 300,000 (40% lizardfolk, 30% humans, 15% kobolds, 7% halflings, 3% dwarves, 2% half-elves, 3% other)
    Exports: Eberron dragonshards
    Languages

  • Thrane

    Capital: Flamekeep
    Population: 2,300,000 (70% human, 10% half-elf, 9% dwarf, 4% elf, 4% halfling, 3% other)
    Exports: Fine crafts, wool, textiles, missionaries, fruit, livestock

  • Valenar

    Capital: Taer Valaestas
    Population: 70,000 (43% elves, 28% humans, 15% half-elves, 5% halflings, 5% hobgoblins, 4% other races)
    Exports: Horses, mercenary services
    Languages:

  • Zilargo

    Capital: Trolanport
    Population: 250,000 (60% gnomes, 16% humans, 11% dwarves, 7% kobolds, 6% other races)
    Exports: Alchemical goods, education, entertainment, maps, precious stones, ships

  • Aerenal

    Capital: Shae Cairdal
    Population: 2,650,000 (77% elves, 19% undying, 3% half-elves, 1% other)
    Exports: Crafts, bronzewood, densewood, livewood
    Languages: Elven, Common

  • Adar

    Adar, a Riedran word that translates to refuge, hides deep in the southeast portion of the continent. Long before the Inspired ever appeared on Sarlona, the mountains of Adar were a place where the innocent could flee from persecutionprovided that

  • Riedra

    Three thousand years ago there were a dozen kingdoms in Sarlona. Today there is only one: the empire of Riedra. The change began some fifteen hundred years ago, when the quori first came to Sarlona. Initially, the quori spirits could not completely

  • Xen'Drik

    It rises out of the mist to the south of Khorvaire, beyond Shargons Teeth and the Thunder Sea. Today, Xendrik is a continent of secrets and mystery, a wild place full of promise and danger. In the distant past, Xendrik was home to a great

  • Frostfell

    North of Khorvaire, beyond the icy coldness of the Bitter Sea, the barren Frostfell covers the top of the world. This land of perpetual winter is locked in ice and snow. Sometimes, when winter gets the upper hand, storms blow out of the Frostfell and

  • Khyber

    The underdark of Eberron, Khyber stretches below the surface to depths that few can imagine. Known as the Dragon Below in some myths and revered by vile cultists across Khorvaire, Khyber remains a dangerous, foreboding underworld that only reluctantly

  • Sarlona

    Tens of thousands of years ago, the vast continent of Sarlona was the cradle of human civilization. Three thousand years ago, the first human colonists set forth from Sarlona, setting in motion the events that would shape modern-day Khorvaire. Over the

  • Argonnessen

    Argonnessen, the land of the dragons, remains a mystery to most of the rest of Eberron. Few have dared explore the huge continent, and those who have set out to see the great cities of the dragons have never returned to share their tales. Even the

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