Amistad claim to be the true descendants of the ancient Lumen Empire. Intelligent, lively, and passionate, they consider freedom and advancement, and independence to be important values, and they love art, including music and poetry. The Amistad Federation of Cities achieved independence from the Hieron through victory in the Fall War. This led the formation of Union, the southern races’ permanent military alliance. At present, they are challenging themselves to recreate the glory of the Lumen Empire.
Spezia symbolizes the heart of the alliance and is the biggest city in the southern continent. Due to its invaluable role of leading various races and cities during the Fall War against the Habicht Empire, Spezia is still the capital city and center of the Union alliance today. In particular, it is called the city of water as it was built above a lake, and gondolas are used as transportation to nearby cities.
The Caampan originally lived in a fertile plain in the southern part of the continent. They were the first to receive the elves’ knowledge and led the early developments of human civilization.
After the collapse of the Millennial Kingdom, the Caampan city-state Lumen grew by absorbing neighboring tribes such as Herbati and Navarra. The Lumen, which went from an early republic to an empire has established itself as a great power that has taken over half the continent. As a result, those who lived south of the Cornus Mountains became collectively known as the Caampan. Although the racial composition of the Caampan is diverse and complex, they tend to have darker features and a smaller frame than the northern people of the Altoque province. Despite the fact that the Caampan-constructed ancient Lumen Empire enjoyed prosperity greater than the first era of the Millennial Kingdom, it, unfortunately, began to collapse due to the great ambitions of the Sapiens Magicians that caused the Black Tower Nigra Turris to descend.
The Dark Ages arrived as the Lumen Empire eventually met its downfall due to reasons such as the domination of uncivilized races and the Altoque moving south.
During the Dark Ages, the Caampan lost most of their territory from the Lumen period and barely managed to maintain their existence as an isolated city. This continued until the Great Emperor Eiger of the Habicht Empire liberated the southern peoples.
The Caampan’s various cities that were liberated by Eiger became subject states of the Habicht Empire.
Afterwards, under the military protection of the Empire, the southern peoples gradually regained stability, thereby reproducing the Lumen Empire’s success with remarkable development in various fields, including that of commerce, industry, academia, and art. However, despite their successes, they were unable to reconstruct a unified political system, and as a result, conditions that allowed for the development of independent city-states continued. The Caampan, who had experienced chaos with the end of the Empire and the Dark Ages, have a strong tendency to be adventurous and independent. However, they are indifferent to bigger problems regarding the country or its people and are usually only concerned about personal or their families’ well being.
Nonetheless, things for the Caampan civilization turned around when a distinguished hero named Averardo Sforza appeared in the center of the southern continent, Spezia City.
Averardo believed that in order to escape from the growing interference and exploitation of the Hieron Empire, they must build an independent country of the southern peoples.
To achieve this he pushed forward for the establishment of the Amistad Federation which was joined by all southern human cities.
As a result of their victory in the Fall War, the Amistad Federation gained complete independence from the Empire. They now lived under the flag of the dragon that once represented the Lumen, and their conquest of the northern continent began to unfold.