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For hundreds of thousands of people, the Nagarst Hegemony conjures up images of zealous, bronze-plated priest-generals marching armies of slaves and peasants into huge land battles. While this is partially true, the Nagarst Hegemony is more complicated than that. The human farmsteads that eventually grew up into standoffish metropolises began by fleeing what are now believed to be Dijinni slavers from the Far East. That, or they could have been descendents of the servants of the now extinct Carnac Empire. Either way, the humans from this robust country cultivate the sun-drenched plains, plant large vineyards of grapes, and craft their works in marble whenever possible. Despite the advantages of iron and steel, much of the country's military depends on bronze plate and chainmail whenever possible; eschewing its previous methods of large blocks of infantry to a more mobile force of horse.
 
For hundreds of thousands of people, the Nagarst Hegemony conjures up images of zealous, bronze-plated priest-generals marching armies of slaves and peasants into huge land battles. While this is partially true, the Nagarst Hegemony is more complicated than that. The human farmsteads that eventually grew up into standoffish metropolises began by fleeing what are now believed to be Dijinni slavers from the Far East. That, or they could have been descendents of the servants of the now extinct Carnac Empire. Either way, the humans from this robust country cultivate the sun-drenched plains, plant large vineyards of grapes, and craft their works in marble whenever possible. Despite the advantages of iron and steel, much of the country's military depends on bronze plate and chainmail whenever possible; eschewing its previous methods of large blocks of infantry to a more mobile force of horse.
   
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