Oliblish rests on the coastal plain of southwestern Danona, from the sea to the Ooshib Raaykh Mountains. The climate is very dry, except for late summer when the plains are inundated with monsoons from the south. The mountains cause the thunderstorms to release their remaining waters as rain. The Oliblishi make use of canals and cisterns to capture the rains as the course from the south face of the mountains towards the sea. Very little of the rain eventually flows into the sea. The water is kept in cisterns and wells for the rest of the year. The two largest rivers in Oliblish are the Ulshan River and the Th'aaliyodh River.
The principle cities of Oliblish include Tahkhnúsh, the seat of the royal palace, Aqsahem, Kalibhuth, Ye'akhom, S'emeq, 'Arash, T'anjamu, D'a'am Guha, and Zayth Obhibhutha. Several Incarnandist monasteries dot the land including the Eremetic Refuge of the Holy Pinnacle, the chapterhouse of the Quiernite Order, and the High House of the Vigilant Ithiraz'ites, the chapterhouse of the Ithiraz'ite Order.
Oliblish has a small conventional military, consisting of a navy, a skyforce, and an army. Its principle defenders are the native-born Shenimite psychic warriors who fame persists from the days of the Isbajutha. Oliblish maintains friendly ties with the Sultanate of Zarajove, particularly to defend themselves from the potential ravages of the Jykkyi Orcs from the interior. The orcs of Jhaadi Zhumzhur are the most powerful, but have learned not to come against the Shenimite warriors Kingdom. The brigands of Mahrat Qumah, however, have no lasting leader and sometimes attempt forays through the Ooshib Raaykh Mountains to plunder settlements on the edge of the Oliblishi Kingdom.
The Sheleph Din Mountains are a small chain that rests in a pocket within the Ooshib Raaykh Mountains. The valley north of the Sheleph Din Mountains is considered very sacred to the Oliblishi
- Eleventh Isbajath
- Kingdom of Oliblish
- List of the Kings of Oliblish
- Ooshib Raaykh Mountains
- Zhamü the Ecstatic
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