Post Greyhawk Wars: 585 CY
Only unreliable travelers’ tales give any detail of the heartlands of Amedio. The inhabitants are said to be cannibal savages of Sue1 origin-tanskinned, feral folk who are skilled in the use of javelins, darts, spears, blowpipes, and poisons. However, some of their tribes are said to exploit mines and pan rivers and rocky-shored lake inlets for gems.
The unnamed central lake within Amedio is said to be an important site for gatherings of tribes, where ritual mock battles have replaced many of the old conflicts which led to =eat bloodshed and loss of life. Certainly, rare woods, spices, ivory, plant resins, and beans are all plentiful within these lands. A range of medicinal plants almost certainly exists here too, but exploration has been too infrequent to allow their discovery and enumeration