An enormous prairie extending to the north of the Black Sea, containing some of the richest farmland in the world. It is an ancient land, and has been a home for a bewildering variety of peoples and cultures. Because of its vast plains and open terrain, it has also often been a highway for migrating nomads or marauding armies. Here is a sampling of some of the states which this land has hosted.
Presently this covers: Bayanid Bulgars, Belz, Berezan, the Bolokhovo Confederation, The Brodniks, Bukovina, Chernigov, the Cossacks (overall) and the Zaporozhie, the Derevlians, Don, Dorogobuzh-Gorynsky, Dubrovitsa, East Podolia, Galitzia, Glukhov, Kiev (Princes), Kuban, Lipovets, Luchesk, the Maeotes, Munkacs, Novgorod-Severskiy, Odessa, Olbia, Ostrog, Peresopnitsa, Pereyaslavl, Podolia, Putivl, Ruthenia, Shumsk, Snovsk, Stepan, Terebovl, Terek, Tikhomel, Torchesk, Uzhegorod, Volhynia, Vorgol, Vyr, West Podolia, and Zvenigorod.