This consists of the northern Tarvelian provinces of Ďélma, Estőr, and Týlva. Chárdan is the least populated of the three traditional regions of Tarvelia. Once the source of most of Tarvelia's ore, today it is the country's primary resource is oil and natural gas.
Éstor Provincial Park
Aurora Borealis as seen from a park in the Estőr province.
T'rálma Valley Park
A churchyard during winter.
Żyrím Cháru. These are the ruins of the hall in which the king of Chárdan would have held court during the bronze age. It was the size of a typical church.
Élria, Ďélma Province. Largest city in the Chárdan region.
The most populous region, consisting of the southwestern provinces of Ḳamstét, Bárca, and Þáron, as well as the Federal City of Sélaved. It is mostly forested, though you can find cleared farmland in the south.
A stretch of the Khmstét coastline.
Some more parkland.
Vnytúdha, the capital of the Ḳamstét province.
A typical Tarvelian cabin.
Céraban', Tarvelia's largest city and economic center.
Tarvelia's eastern region are dominated by the fishing industry. In the Kváeru, Nórodin, and Sóptevel provinces, most people reside in coastal communities and villages along the river, as the cold climate renders farming unfavorable.
Buildings in Ecynbjýru, the coastal seat of the Nórodin province.
Shtménivot, a small town with utilizing the river with a canal network.
A river outpost.