|Demographics||46,711 humans, 2,448 halflings, 1,569 dwarves, 598 gnomes, 1,034 other|
|Ruler||Governor Hep Litas|
Source: Osirion, Legacy of Pharaohs, pg(s). 42
Totra, founded in -2587 AR by the Conquering Pharaoh An-Hepsu II, is the largest of Osirion's ports outside Sothis. The city is often seen not only as a symbol of the country's power, but a symbol of its excesses as well. When the An Dynasty subjugated what would become Thuvia and Rahadoum with its fleets (known as the Great Atoqua), Totra saw an influx of slaves who would build the country's pyramids and monuments. The city's under-classes and nobility are still almost exclusively Garundi, and harbor suspicion and prejudice against Keleshites for their millennia of foreign rule. Following the death of the Fallen Pharaoh and the Qadiran invasion of 1532 AR, many of Totra's ancient monuments were toppled by the invaders. In a turnaround, the city's harbor now hosts a red granite statue of An-Hepsu II, built on a new island created from the toppled statues of Qadiran satraps.
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