A God for All Season
The land of Patridi is a coastal country covered in jagged mountains and ruled by independent city-states. Surrounded by perilous mountains with few routes large enough for a caravan, Patridi gets few visitors and relies mostly on the sea for trade.
Outsiders describe a rugged land, dominated by low forests, scrub plains, and deep, black swamps. The people of Patridi are said to exclusively worship a small pantheon and hold incredible superstitions about spirits and other fantastic creatures inhabiting their countryside.