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Yes, if we really return to you discussions, then my opinion about the region.
Cheliax: I think many here have already decided that I am a fan of this state. Actually this is not true. It's just that I think that even the evil factions should be developed as much as possible so that the characters' motives are clear. So yes, I want to know more about Cheliax. After all, the state can provide many archetypes that may not be evil and still make sense as servants of the crown. For example, the classic archetype of a patriot who does not care about the person on the throne, but he will defend states until his death. And yes, I really think that half of the book about this region should be focused on this particular state, given how much it is larger than all its neighbors.
Isger: on the one hand, the state got its details... on the other hand, I'm still not sure what role they can play in the plot besides a bargaining chip between Andoran and Cheliax (if a war between factions occurs, then I would doubt that the end of the war will be the destruction of one of the states.Most likely, Isger will simply change the owner).
Nidal: Hmm... nation is interesting in my opinion, but it's hard for me to imagine a global history in their performance. They are too isolationist for any large-scale actions. And the overthrow of Zon-Kuthon's power will probably require too large-scale changes in the setting.
Ravounel: I like the state in its current state of legal nightmare where they should be trying to make reforms based on the Cheliax legislation.