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Ular Kel

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Ular Kel
The flag of Ular Kel.
(City)
Titles The Caravan City
Plane Material Plane
World Golarion
Nation Karazh
Size Large city
Population 20,400
Demographics 15,750 humans, 1,100 halflings, 550 elves, 450 gnomes, 2,550 other
Government Council
Alignment Neutral
Ruler Water Lords

Source: Distant Shores, pg(s). 54-63

Ular Kel is the de facto capital of Karazh in the Grass Sea of Casmaron, the site of the only oasis in the steppes, and a vital trade nexus at the intersection of two caravan roads stretching from Kelesh to Kaladay, and between Vudra and the Castrovin Sea. Both visually and geographically, the city is dominated by three colossal water cisterns known as the Water Houses and the lavish palaces built atop them, as well as the towering Spire of Azi, a Sarenite religious site built where a priestess of the faith slew an azi that attacked the city.[1]

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City districts

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Government

The Water Lords control Ular Kel's water supply, and in exchange they tax and loosely regulate the city's bustling caravan trade. While much of the city profits enough from its economy to allow the Water Lords to rule, a small and secretive group of dissenters called the Oasis seek to undermine this oligarchy and make the city's water free to all.[2]

History

The city was founded thousands of years old by Altyn Batyr, a minor han of a Kara horse tribe, as little more than a watering hole for passing travelers. In its rapid success, Altyn named himself the city's first Water Lord.[3]


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People

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Notable inhabitants

Organizations

References

Paizo published a map and article on Ular Kel in Distant Shores, pages 54-63.

  1. John Compton, et al. (2015). Introduction. Distant Shores, p. 54-63. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-787-1
  2. James L. Sutter. (2015). Ular Kel, The Caravan City. Distant Shores, p. 58. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-787-1
  3. 3.0 3.1 James L. Sutter. (2015). Ular Kel, The Caravan City. Distant Shores, p. 57. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-787-1
  4. James L. Sutter. (2015). Ular Kel, The Caravan City. Distant Shores, p. 63. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-787-1