Karak Izor

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Karak Izor or the Copper Mountain is a powerful Dwarf hold that lies beneath the Vaults. [1]

Situated deep beneath the Vaults mountain range, Karak Izor was the first and remains the largest hold outside the World's Edge Mountains, its population swelled by refugees from the fallen holds in the Dragonback Mountains. Many dwarves in the Vaults and even beyond, look to the king and queen of the Karak for guidance and protection. An extensive building programme has begun on a new Underway to link the various holds of the Vaults and provide safe trade between them. [1a]

The settlement has seen little conflict as it is remote but still maintains extensive and powerful defences as well as artillery and gyrocopter squadrons. Some small human settlements such as Hochstadt farm sheltered valleys, watched over by the dwarves. [1a]

Karak Izor had a population of about 20,000 adult dwarves in IC 2510. [1b]

Notable

Subsidiary Settlements

  • Grung Agriletaz: A mining outpost with about 80 adult dwarves. [1b]
  • Grung Byrn: A mining outpost with about 52 adult dwarves. [1b]
  • Grung Skree: A small mining outpost with about 20 adult dwarves. [1b]
  • Hochstadt: A small human farming village with about 180 adult human’s resident. [1b]
  • Khazid Algilkarag: A small settlement housing about 92 adult dwarves. [1b]
  • Khazid Nekewukaz: A small settlement housing about 75 adult dwarves. [1b]
  • Khazid Wyrvarn: A settlement housing about 230 adult dwarves. [1b]


The Dwarf realms
Karaz-a-Karak - Karak Kadrin - Zhufbar - Karak Azgal - Karak Azul- Karak Hirn - Karak Angazbar - Karak Gantuk - Karak Izor - Karak Norn - Karak Ziflin - Karak Eight Peaks - Barak Varr - Karak Zorn - Karak Eksfilaz - Karak Kaferkammaz - Karak Grom - Karak Azgaraz
Norse Dwarf holds Kraka Dorden - Kraka Drak - Kraka Ornsmotek - Kraka Ravnsvake
Lost holds Karak Dum - Karak Vlag - Karak Varn - Karak Ungor - Karak Drazh - Ekrund - Mount Silverspear - Silver Pinnacle

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