Firstly, I put together the Indian and Latvian settings into one country I called: "Dievszeme" which means in Latvian: "Land of the King God". The Indian-type people are called the Shindar, and live in the Indus (yes, I took that from the Indus Valley Civilization), and they are right now attacking the Letgallians, which are the Latvian-type people. This made historic sense for Latvia in two ways: firstly, Latvia was attacked many times by the Germans and the Russians and taken over, and, secondly, there is this sub-culture of Latvia called Latgall in Latvia and they have a different language, though it is a close language to Latvian.
Secondly, I put the Indus right up near Yynzarr, which made sense: Yynzarr is an Asian-type setting, and the Indus is also Asian-like, so for them to be next to each other made sense. And so Dievszeme is just another kingdom on Almoan... Oh wait, what about the differences in gods?
Since I made a whole different set of gods for both settings, I couldn't mash them together: Dievszeme and Werktarr, or could I? Maybe I could say, well, people aren't really sure: there has to be at least one source of power that answers the cleric's prayers, but other than that... people don't really know. The only gods that people know are real and have to separate from each other and the other source of power are: Sylvanus, Saint Narrhen, and Saint Laora, since there are all trustworthy documents that say how those gods ascended into power.
So that is how it all mashed up together and now there all happy and together as one😀. Happy gaming!
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