The lush plains of Kallias cover the region from the Endless Woods of Moor to the boarders of Agyros. A comfortable region year around the Kallias fields provide quality food for its’ people as well as having access to the Vaccian. With wide open fields the Kallias farmers are able to produce high yields of cattle. Their fields produce the best wines around and have given Kallias a great amount of wealth in return. Much like the other human lands pottery and grain are staples of Kallas culture. The Vaccian gives the region access to ample trade of their grains, wines, and fruits. In exchange they’re prone to importing stone, precious metals, and raw materials for production. Known for their skilled craftspeople, many cities and regions send supplies to kallias to be produced and returned.
A land of comfort and strong political endeavours, the Kallians have always been an admired land. The people use the land to display their spirits and beliefs by erecting great floral or stone monuments to the Gods. The people enjoy their luxuries, comforts, celebrations and enjoy them often.
The most central area of man, Kallias sits between the norther regions of Soph, Theron, Lycus and the southern regions Agyros and Leon. The region also has the only active boarder to the Tàlfar in the west; the Elves bring a modest amount of foreign luxuries to trade. Another pinnacle of the regions’ power comes from their control over the rivers that connect the Vaccian to the Rhodian Sea. A wealthy trade route through Shy-ng makes it the capital of political influence recently. Most deals, trades, and agreements through the lands take place in this great city. The Lord Manglebrook is a strong leader and has lead his people to a great land since the end of the [[Thero/Leonian War | Thero/Leonian War]].
The gardening prowess can sometimes be viewed as a weakness but that wouldn’t be the case. The Kallians have long been able to defend their lands from the opposing regions falling only to the might that was Tiberius Corlene. The most praised warrior of them all was Agam Mycene. This warrior of incomparable skill and grace, faced the full force of two armies that set their eyes onto the regions of man. The first fuelled by the ever strong Orkshin and the second following the great Witch Queen Ottah. Outnumbered the brave soldier took a retinue of a thousand men to head these two armies’ advance off before it could gain any rewarding ground. What happened on that battle field stands to be a mystery. But, it is said that Hemsut had taken a liking to Agam and had blessed him with the fury of the gods in order to defeat the invading armies. The only thing known of the event was that Agam Mycene was the only warrior of that thousand to return to Kallias and the encroaching armies had been routed. His name still rings true throughout the land and a great memorial to his success was built to honour him; The Temple of Agam.