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50px-WriterWolfMedallion.png This fan-fiction article, The Kingdom of Golden Oak Forest, was written by Adalwulf of Aedirn. Please do not edit this fiction without the writer's permission.

The kingdom of the Golden Oak Forest is an ancient society and kingdom in the world of Tir ná nÓg. It is composed of a grand forest made up on the aforementioned Golden Oak trees.

Area

The Kingdom of the Golden Oak Forest covers an area of (Approximately 1 million square miles. Of this, 52% (527 thousand sq. miles) is arable land, and 47% (472 thousand sq. miles) is wilderness.

The city of The Capital City of the Golden Oak Forest covers an area of approximately 2207 acres, with a total population of 134 thousand people.

The Kingdom of the Golden Oak Forest has 1600 active castles and 22 ruined. Of these, 960 castles and 19 ruined are in civilized lands, and 640 castles and 3 ruined are in the wilderness, along borders, etc.

Geography

The Kingdom of the Golden Oak Forest is characterized by it extremely large oak trees with telltale golden leaves.

Climate

Climate is overseen by magic and regular seasons governed by the whims of the Archfey King Bres OakLeaf and his queen Archfey Brighid OakLeaf.

Flora, Fauna and Ecology

TBA

Population

The Kingdom of the Golden Oak Forest has a total population of 80 million people.

  • 40% Aen Teg (approximately 32,000,000)
  • 30% Changeling (approximately 24,000,000)
  • 10% Datanlolum Dwarves (approximately 8,000,000)
  • 7% Archfey (approximately 5,600,000)
  • 5% Nekkers (approximately 4,000,000)
  • 2% Nekker Warriors (approximately 1,600,000)
  • 2% Ambun (approximately 1,600,000)
  • 1% Phooca (approximately 800,000)
  • 1% Bucca (approximately 800,000)
  • 1% Brownie (approximately 800,000)
  • 1% Grigg (approximately 800,000)

History

TBA

Some notable Citizens

  • King Bres OakLeaf (Archfey)
  • Queen Brighid OakLeaf (Archfey)

Some Notable Locations

  • The Capital City of the Golden Oak Forest covers an area of approximately 2207 acres, with a total population of 134 thousand 'people'.
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