D&D 3.0: Tales from Mystara
Population: 14.000 (Rural: 9.000)
Capitol: Waping Piao (Pop: 5,000)
The most wild areas of the Grand Duchy of Ochalea are collected in a large province, known as the Celestial Territories. Largely composed of rocky badlands, Mountains of Ice, and the impenetrable Jungle of the Tiger Men, the Celestial Territories are only populated by a number of Weretigers, Pardasta, and a small human population in the village of Waping Piao and the surrounding countryside.
Other humans in the region are mostly hermits, Wandering Priests, hamlets, or small coastal communities, some of them are not even on the maps: Village of Agenasi, Village of Bhue, Village of Lao Kung, Village of Lasimar, Village of Nimshi, Village of Tie Ling. and a series of small fishing hamlets located on the Sea Dragon Isles, and the Isles of Gold Silver and Copper.
The Demon Cults also maintain a significant presence in the Jungle of the Tiger Men and in the neighbouring areas. Rumors are that some of these are fully inhabited by spirit folks that live in this province. The Ogre Magi Ox Clan maintains its last strongholds in the Southern Forested Hills in the southern part of the Celestial Territories. Ox clan Ogres are not the brightest of their kin, but they are fiercer and more numerous, making the southern hills as dangerous as the Jungle of the Tiger Men.
The military forces of the Celestial Territories are 300 on times of peace who can be raised to double in times of war.
- There are 100 soldiers of the city guard attached to the city of Waping Piao and stationed on the Waping Piao Military Quarters but report to officers on the Waping Piao Government Halls.
- The 100 soldiers army who patrol all the province are also stationed on Waping Piao Military Quarters have their base of operations on the city this includes a big prison, The Celestial Pit, that is used for both humans and non-humans.
- The 100 soldiers of the Lupine Home Guard have a fort near the city called the Den Fort.