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Sandbox focusing on the climate and geography of Vespia.

Flora and fauna[edit]



  • TBD: Small reptiles with large wings and tails capable of sustained flight. Wiped out the avian population in many parts of Vespia in competition for food and protection of the environment. Typically docile and kept as pets by the wealthy. Spit caustic acid from glans in the back of the throat while hunting, though sometimes used by pet owners to punish other pets or slaves that fail to obey them. Reptile is about the size of a small cat, but with wings larger than most pigeons.
  • TBD: Large mammal about the size of a small car capable of outrunning most men. Extremely predatory and hunts in alone. Somewhat intelligent and capable of making decisions in a very limited capacity, less than a dolphin or dog. Sets up traps in the rocky portions of the desert or in canyons, and lives in caves far from populated areas, but close enough to capture large prey.
  • TBD: TBD



The Rujak[edit]



The Zhona[edit]

The Zhona flowing through Dakhan
Name origin: Xona (Xona), meaning "black"
Country Vespia
 - left TBD, TBD, TBD, TBD
 - right TBD, TBD, TBD, TBD, TBD
Cities TBD, TBD, Ruja, TBD, TBD, Zanza, TBD, Zharakara, Shokina
Source TBD
 - location TBD, Dakhan
 - elevation Template:Geobox2 unit/height
Mouth Meridian Ocean
 - elevation Template:Geobox2 unit/height
Length 12,602.15 km (7,831 mi)
Basin 0 km2 (0 sq mi)
 - average 8,678 m3/s (306,000 cu ft/s)
 - max 37,315 m3/s (1,318,000 cu ft/s)
 - min 2,712 m3/s (96,000 cu ft/s)
The Zhona and its drainage basin

The Zhona (Vespia: Xona) is the chief river of the continent of Vesperia, and boasting a length of 12,602.15 km (7,830.61 mi), is widely acknowledged as the longest river in the world. The Zhona is regarded as the national river of Vespia, which owes the formation and very survival of its 15,000-year old civilization to the existence of the river.


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Map of the zharukdoms of Vespia (with cities)
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Map of the zharukdoms of Vespia
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