Perhaps my “brief history” isn’t so brief, but it could always be much longer. I am not including as much detail as I could for the sake of future stories that I would like to write. And also, because then it really wouldn’t be brief. Enjoy part 3!
Dra reigned for twenty years. During his time as king, he established the Walkers as a holy sect. He sent the Walkers to the lands east of the Mountains Dosid and established ties with the people of Koreiy and Salvyn. He commissioned ships to be built that people could travel easily between Rusla and the Holy City of Ohmlaur. Dra also sought to cleanse the kingdom of those afflicted tainted magic, those beast-people that did not accept the gods’ teachings. He sent his hunters to their villages and burrows and burned them out. Dra did not every marry, though he was deeply in love with a serving woman called Lona. Together they had three children: Amareen, Torya, and Niza. Dra passed the crown to his only son, Torya.
Torya ruled with peace. He traded fruitfully with Koreiy and Salvyn, and sent his ships further south to Djare that he might trade with the fisher-people as well. He built an academy of learning within Rusla and invited any who wished to come study there. He did not continue the hunt of the Afflicted. Torya had a single son, called Ibya, who took the crown after him.
Ibya’s reign lasted a short three years before a Beast of the east slew him on his pilgrimage to Ohmlaur. He left his wife Meeli and their infant son to rule the kingdom. Although Riyan was crowned king soon after his father’s death, Meeli was given stewardship of the kingdom until he was old enough to govern it himself.
Take care, fellow travelers!