What can you tell me about this map?

RyRy
edited October 2012 in Make Stuff!
So I don't know a lot about this region. I know that there's exasperation about banished criminals and bitter clansmen from Woven landing along the coast. There's an old joke about the man from Yelling and his wife from Listener.
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What else is going on here?

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  • Also: Milkmen are weird.

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  • edited October 2012
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  • edited October 2012
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