A

Anything But Dry:
Bar located in Sartica

B

The Belvase:
Larger space located on the 27th floor of the Quo used to host big events and social gatherings. 

Blazing Raddles:
Bar in Sartica

Blue Diamond Jubilee:
Celebrates the 100th year of the Quorian Leader’s succession.

Bolle Chicken Soup:
Delicacy cooked in The Barren Land

Bracelet of Fury:
???

C

Cristal Caverns:
Restaurant in the City of Karg

D

Degreant:
Someone wandering the outer land of Diveria, not living in a region.

Draka’s Corner:
Bar owned by Jarvie Jruk, located on the 24th floor of The Quo.

E

Enchanted Reservoir:
A holy location in the center of The Quo.

F

Frinkle Flakes:
Quorian medicine possible of instantly healing superficial injuries.

G

Glimboberry (Glimbo):
A small, luscious green berry.

J

Jinugery (Jinu):
Currency throughout Diveria.

Jinto Nut and Citrus Salad:
A healthy meal.

K

Karg River:
The only water source for The Barren Land.

L

Larkspur Lake:The larger lake in Sartica with glowing, golden sand.

The Lost Sphere:The protective barrier surrounding The Barren Land.

Lotus Lake:The smaller lake in Sartica with glistening, white sand.

M

Mount Marlock:
???

N

Narvel Berry:
A small, pungent berry found in The Barren Land.

Novalis Rod:
???

Q

Qubble:
Traditional alcoholic beverage for quorians. Tart with a sweet, zesty aftertaste.

Quorians:
Nearly brought to extinction years ago, this race lives in the hidden city of the Quo.

R

Restaurant Alley:
Home for most restaurants within the Quo. Located on the 5th floor.

S

The Subterranean Domain:
???

T

THE Bar:
A bar located in Tillerack.

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