Tusmit

Tusmit
Ruler: His Exalted Splendor, the Pasha of Tusmit, Muammar Qharan
Capital: Sefmur (pop. 19,000)
Tusmit emblem
The Baklunish state of Tusmit plays one neighbor against another-Ket, Ekbir, Zeif, the Paynims, and so forth. Tusmit is a land vulnerable to aggression, with no major natural defenses against invasion, and so has specialized in crafty diplomacy in order to retain its own fertile farmlands and grazing.

The original tribal inhabitants of this land are mostly settled, and few lead a nomadic life. With Ket’s attentions turned to the east, Tusmit feels more secure under its charismatic young leader than it has for some generations

The society, religion, and troops of Tusmit are similar to those of the Paynims and Tiger Nomads, save that infantry is a greater percentage of military strength. The ordinary people are generally proficient with both scimitar and a second weapon such as mace or flail. The economy is mainly agrarian.

Tusmit

Post Greyhawk Wars: 585 CY Juan