Eastern Lands

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Eastern Lands is term used in Warhammer Fantasy Battle to describe any nation that lies to the East of Worlds Edge Mountains.

In a list-like order, here is the Warhammer Eastern Lands nations at their real world equivalents:

  • Darklands: Unusually, not a real-world expy, but rather a Warhammer's interperation of Mordor. This hellhole is mostly covered by an Empire of slavers and great hat-owners, but also has some greenskins, ogres and even one human settlement.
  • Kingdoms of Ind: they have spices they have many gods they have tiger beastmen
  • Ogre Kingdoms: Despite geographically being some kind of Tibet, it's populated by Bronze Age Mongolian vore fans, who also serve as mercenaries pretty much everywhere.
  • Cathay: Ming Era China, and one of the oldest and strong human civilisations that haven't fall apart yet. They have a Great Bastion in the north and is ruled by alledgedly a dragon in human form.
  • Nippon: Shogunate-era Japan with overpowered fleet that do nothing.
  • Khuresh: Indochinese tropical hell with some snake people chilling there.
  • Eastern Steppes: Land beyond Great Bastion, heavily inspired by Siberia and Mongolia. Both goblins and humans there larp as Genghis Khan.
Regions and Areas of the Warhammer World
Areas of The Old World: The Empire of Man - Bretonnia - Albion - Estalia - Tilea - Kislev - Norsca - Border Princes - Worlds Edge Mountains - Karak Eight-Peaks
Areas of The New World: Naggaroth - Lustria
Areas of The Eastern Lands: Cathay - Nippon - Ogre Kingdoms - Dark Lands - Kingdoms of Ind - Khuresh - Eastern Steppes
Areas of The Southlands: Nehekhara - Araby - Badlands - Marshes of Madness
Other Areas of the world: Ulthuan - Athel Loren - Chaos Wastes - Skavenblight - Lost Isles of Elithis
Main bodies of Water: The Great Ocean - The Far Sea - The Sea of Dread - Inner Sea of Ulthuan