|Region||Old Aerdy East|
|Established||c. -4358 to c. -4217|
|Enemies||dwarves and gnomes of the Headlands|
Caerdiralor rose and fell well over 4,000 years ago (c. -4358 to c. -4217). Obsessed with destroying the dwur and noniz of the Headlands, the priests and mystics who ruled the nation ultimately brought about their own destruction. A cataclysm of unknown nature wiped out the capital city of Myrsyrna and its ruling elite from the face of the Oerth. A few priests and adepts managed to survive, however, fleeing across the Sea of Gearnat to the lands of the Rhugha in what is now called the Bright Lands, bringing with them certain ancient holy texts and relics.
The Rhugha saw them for the evil and danger that they were, and drove them to the edge of the Abbor-Alz (as their descendants would trap the Suel migrants 3,000 years later). There they hid in secret places and found wells of magical power where they could rebuild their temples. Eventually they won the favor of the ruling house of Sulm, where their corruptive influence would doom the entire region.
The exact boundaries of Caerdiralor are unknown, but they were bordered by the Headlands to the east and the Sea of Gearnat to the north.
The people of Caerdiralor, at least the mystics, priests, and adepts who dominated them, were known for their extreme evil and vileness.
The ruling caste of Caerdiralor worshipped Tiamat.
Caerdiralor was ruled by priests and mystics, making it a theocracy.
Nothing of the economy of Caerdiralor has been revealed.
Other than that they must have had means of traveling across the water, nothing of this is known.
The composition of Caerdiralor's military forces, other than the priests, mystics, and adepts, is not described in the cited article.