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Picture a vaguely European/WestAsian locale. Lots of rolling hills, mountains, valleys, and the occasional desert or barren wilderness.
Now, the entire northeast section of the map is basically one giant no-go zone. Its where the magic from the old war ran haywire and turned the laws of reality inside out. Outside this zone, things are relatively normal, aside from the occasional monster sighting or magically constructed building. But inside the forbidden zone things can get bonkers. Its also filled to the brim with Archfiends and Foul Creatures who are attracted to that magic. Every so often, one of those monsters will get the urge to cause some havoc and venture out into the populated lands.
Most of the people live in little rustic villages, some more established than others. Some look like little forts or picturesque towns. Most look like ramshackle farms and shacks clustered around a well or a fertile field. A few big cities exist much farther into the continent, but those are mostly reserved for the wealthy Romulus citizens.
The Druids got to keep all their land after the war, but unfortunately for them half of that is the forbidden zone. So most make due with what they can and rely on the sorcerers to keep them safe. Poorer Romulus citizens live out there as well, though Romulus will always have a prejudice against the Druids for their ties to magic and the Archfiends.