Lees

The western continent of Lees, ruled by Roshkahn, is home to the largest forests of Tazza’ Kathoon. Gentle shorelines and miles of mountainous, coniferous, forests has provided Lees the means to produce the largest and finest shipyards in Tazza’ Kathoon. Hundreds of small fishing villages dot the shoreline. Deeper in the mountain ranges huge lumber mills cut and send wood downriver for the shipyards. Most of Lee’s landmass is inhospitable for farming of any kind, and they have thusly resorted to trading to support themselves more than any other nation. They export fine wooden crafts, boats, ships, and fish. Their main imports are metal tools, produce, and various cloths.

The men and women both wear simple clothing, mostly simple cuts of undyed wool for both sexes. The men wear breeches tied at the waste with cord, and either wears simple vest or shirt, or more often goes bare-chested. The women wear a simple dress, or a blouse and skirt. The upper class is likely to adopt the fashion of the nobles of whatever land they most often trade with.

On the eastern shoreline, the weather is mild most of the year, with the very dead of winter the only time requiring cold weather clothing. In the mountains it is cold year round with brutally cold winters. The western shore is warmer than the east. The Capitol is Worthings, the largest sea port in the world.

Lees

The Mystery of Kars' Kathoon JosephLawter