Name: The Royal Kingdom of Coftyr
Military: The Crymuster
Population: 31,200,000 (including ~4 million refugees)
Monarch: Chyyldryc mir Myrvvn IV, 1756 – Present
Climate: Tropical (south) to Semiarid and Hot (north)
Terrain: Diverse, from Coastal plains including extensive wetlands and swamps in the south, rugged jungle (south central), mountainous (west), semiarid grasslands and scrub forest (north), central plateau is mostly hills and low mountains and valleys.
Steeped in rich martial tradition and dedicated to preserving traditional Quar society, the Crymuster is more than willing to stand and fight the Crusader juggernaut.
The rallying point of the Crymuster is the Great Wall, a monumental fortification that extends along the border of Coftyr. It is here that new rhyflers are instructed, and it is both a working defensive system and an emblem to Coftyr’s opposition to the Crusade.
A Coftyran rhyfler can take pride in the manufacture of his weapons, kit, and uniform. Where the Crusader uniform is a sparse, utilitarian, and mass-produced, the Coftyran uniform evokes an earlier period. Leathers are still often hand-stitched, and the sternum plate of the haversack proudly displays his unit. These are not merely quaint anachronisms—Coftyr sees itself as the last bastion of traditional civilization, and this quality and detail serve to remind the Crymuster Rhyflers of the social bonds of the Quar.
Coftyr is the oldest single-government kingdom on Alwyd. Written records from a thousand years before the first Cythwyn mention the kings of Old Coftire and their accomplishments. Every other nation on the Continent has been conquered, partitioned, or otherwise subjected to the rule of another, but never Coftyr.