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Tamingazin is the north subcontinent of Otaria on Dominaria. As such, it is located north of Krosa.[1][2] It is the home of humans, Viashino, Garan elves, and the En'Jaga race.[3][4]

Locations[edit | edit source]

  • The most fertile land, the Valley of Tamingazin is located in the middle of the subcontinent. It is inhabited by three main races: Viashino, humans, and Garan elves.
    • The valley is protected by the magewall, a magical shield.
    • The Institute of Arcane Study is the magic school placed in the center of the Valley
      • This is where the Magewall Hub is located, the artifact sustaining the magical shield.
      • Berimish is the biggest city in the Valley. It is mainly inhabited by Viashino.
    • The Garan Highlands in the western part of the valley, are the most fertile parts of land surrounded by magical shield.
    • The Human Holds lay in the eastern part of the valley.
      • Farson Hold, ancestral keep of the Tarngold family
      • Voliton Hold, ancestral keep of the Karelon family
  • The En'Jaga territory lies west of Tamagazin valley and shields it from Suderbod.
    • The En'Jaga Highlands
    • The river Nish
    • The En'Jaga Swamps
  • Suderbod is a large country south from the En'Jaga territory. The Suder have ambitions of conquering the Valley of Tamingazin.
  • Skollten is a country north of the Valley of Tamagazin.
  • An unnamed ocean border the Valley of Tamagazin on the south and east. It is dotted with several named and unnamed islands.
    • Norumber, an island east of the Human Holds.
    • Tamin, a large island south from the Valley.

Notes and references[edit | edit source]

  1. Martha Wells (March 21, 2018). "Return to Dominaria, Episode 1". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.
  2. Before the publishing of the 2018 map, Tamingazin was believed to be a seperate landmass. According to Brady Dommermuth it was originally meant to be part of Jamuraa itself
  3. Mark Sumner, The Prodigal Sorcerer, November 1995
  4. Squirle (February 11, 2015). "The Prodigal Sorcerer". Multiverse in Review. Tumblr.

Maps[edit | edit source]