The Kingdom of Dawn is one of the four Kingdoms on the mainland. It is situated between the Kingdom of Graycastle (to the west) and the Kingdom of Wolfheart (east). It's banner is a snake coiled around a scepter.
Ladies whether they put their hair up or not had a strand of highlight hidden underneath the accessories, it's a style currently in fashion among nobles of the Kingdom of Dawn.
In addition to their hair, most of the ladies wear tight silk dresses that perfectly showcased their graceful bodies. Glints of fleeting light twinkled when they stroll. Unlike the gowns girls normally wore in the Kingdom of Graycastle, these dresses are off-shoulder and cut above knees, beguiling and seductive.
The kingdom is under a feudal system lead by the the king
- John Moya - the first king
- Unknown second king
- Unknown third king
- Deegan Moya - the fourth king
- Appen Moya - the fifth king
- Horford Quinn - the sixth king
3 nobles families hold a major part of power at the Capital:
Military Strength Edit
The strength of the kingdom is divided between the King's knightage and nobles personal forces.
During the Kingdom of Dawn's invasion of the Church of Hermes, the King, Appen Moya was able to muster an expeditionary army which was over 10,000 strong and consisted of virtually all of the Kingdom's available soldiers, including nobles and serfs alike.
Foreign Relations Edit
During the reign of King Appen Moya, the Kingdom of Dawn had poor relations with the Kingdom of Graycastle due to disagreements between Appen and Graycastle's King, Roland Wimbledon on the treatment of witches.
After the seizure of power by Horford Quinn, the relations with Graycastle , became smoother, becoming almost a servant-master relationship.
Horford could seize power from Appen because of Graycastle help.
The Kingdom of Dawn was the main producer of agricultural products and the biggest exporter of textiles among the four kingdoms.