LIRIA is an ancient country with a turbulent past and a dizzying succession of rulers.

It is a stunning land of massive mountains, deep-sea inlets, lakes and dense forests. Its six main cities are all quite distinct, rich in legends.

Once affluent, they are now crumbling for a century ago, it was overruled by the sprawling Empire of Bura. Each of its six cities, once great, are so busy struggling to exist that they have failed to realise that a new enemy on their doorstep.

Loosely based on Montenegro, the story unravels against its breathtaking glaciated scenery and multicultural architecture reflecting serial invasion, including elegant Venetian-style villas, elaborate palaces and rugged mountain keeps.

It is an overtly Balkan backdrop, the different tribes regarding each other with suspicion, proud of their own Slavic-style legends and culture.
Click here to see a glimpse of Montenegro, a stunningly beautiful country just north of Albania, on the coast on the Adriatic Sea to the south-west and is bordered by Croatia to the west, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the northwest and Serbia to the northeast.