Capital City of Mannon

The City of Mannon was actually two smaller towns that had merged after growing too large. They were once the small towns of Ogden and Anvilmar (these are now districts within Mannon).

During the Third Red Season of Falling Leaves a traveler from another land arrived; spreading knowledge of farming techniques that increased crop harvests three-fold. This man’s name was Mannon of House Tamrind, and he was also very well-versed in city politics. During his stay, several major political issues between Anvilmar and Ogden were closed and eventually it was decided to merge the two towns due to their extremely close proximity. The resulting city was to be named Mannon after the man moved on.

The City of Mannon was not particularly the best location for trade or natural defenses. What made this location stand out above the rest was its vast pool of knowledge. Mannon developed a library that housed several important farming techniques and eventually secrets learned in other trades – this wealth of knowledge drew crowds and gradually became the great city it is today.

Capital City of Mannon

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