came to the jungle of Lesser Aradoth
during the Age of the Warrior-Kings
, fleeing from persecution in one form or another by most of the other Living Races
; only the Saris
and the Humans
seem to have never been a direct contributor to the plight of the Sslik, and the Humans only because they remain ambivalent to the Sslik in general. Once the Sslik settled in this region, they began the task of creating an outpost that they might be able to defend themselves against the hostile advances of the other races that they had come to expect. As a result, Sslanis stands out as an impressive fortress within the jungle. The walls and structures of Sslanis are reinforced with copious amounts of stone, highlighting the Sslik’s preference for stone over other resources. With the neutral Humans as a buffer across the Sable Straits, and the idealistic Saris as a friendly neighbor, Sslanis never faced the sieges and attacks it was originally designed to withstand. The city was allowed to grow and prosper; today, it serves as a center of commerce and trade between the Saris, Humans, and the Sslik. With the onset of the Lament, Sslanis also became one of the few cities untouched by the decay of the Withered Aegis
. Sslanis hosts impressive training facilities as well as manufacturing devices. With the reactivation of many teleport gates following the Battle of Tazoon
, Sslanis’s secluded location far from the front lines of battle has proven to be a superior locale for training, crafting, and trading.