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Osseia (/'ɒsiə) Ossean: ting tingtong ping bonkding-tingtink rattlebonk, officially known as the Skeleton Kingdom of Osseia, and also known as Ossea (commonly misspelled as "Ossia" or "Ossesia" by stupid people,) is an ancient land making up the southeast west northeastern two thirds of The Bone Zone. It is bordered by Reptilia to the west; Boners to the south, and west; Ice to the north; and Hell to the rest.
Main article: History of Osseia
Osseia doesn't exist yet.
Bone Ages Edit
The modern territory of Ossea can be traced back to the Bone Ages, a time when an absolute fuckton of Skeletons rose up out of the ground and everybody thought they were going to die horribly, but then the skellies turned out to be pretty nice guys. Near the end of the Bone Ages, these friendly skurls migrated to the mountainous plains of ancient Sikoplia, now modern Bone Zone. The unexplained migration of all known skeletons across the land at once was quite spooky, and thus became known as the Big Spook.
Foreign relations Edit
The Ossean government seeks little interaction with neighboring countries, save for the selling of bone-related goods. Nonetheless, Osseia is closely allied with the Empire of Reptilia, mainly because Emperor Sungazer appreciates that Osseans are skeletons who do not speak Spic.
Osseo-Bonese controversy Edit
Osseia's got a pretty big beef with Boners, the latter having made claims that the Ossean government is using bonewashing methods to kidnap Bonese citizens by telling them they'll have a better life in Osseia. The Kingdom of Osseia's official response to this claim is "I mean we're not lying," to which Bonese officials have replied "How about we come over there and check for ourselves?" None of them ever returned; a fact generally taken as more evidence of malpractice.
Ossea is Dwaia's sole exporter of bone related products. Specifically, the country is depended on for materials such as whole bones, bone dust, bone shards, marrow, purified calcium, and a couple brands of carbonated bone beverages. The majority of these products are otherwise prohibitively difficult to obtain for all but the hardiest adventurers.