|Concatenated Cantons of Perrenland|
|The arms of Perrenland, as depicted in Living Greyhawk Gazetteer (2000).|
|Major Towns||Schwartzenbruin, Traft, Exag, Krestible.|
|Coinage||Grossmark (pp), mark (gp), kleinmark (sp), pfennig (cp).|
|Population||468,000 (591 CY)|
|Languages||Common, Flan, various Oeridian dialects, Stamtaal, Dwarven.|
Perrenland, properly known as the Concatenated Cantons of Perrenland, is a political state of the Flanaess.
Modern Perrenland is generally located in the northwestern portion of the Flanaess. It is bordered by Lake Quag to the north (though Perrenlanders consider the lake to be within the boundaries of the country itself), by the Yatils to the west and south, and by the Clatspur Mountains and the Vesve Forest to the east.
As of 591 CY, the population of Perrenland totaled 468,000 persons, the vast majority (almost 80%) being humans of mainly Oeridian and Flan descent. Dwarves make up the next largest group (8%), followed by halflings (6%), elves (3%), gnomes (2%), and finally half-elves, and half-orcs (1% each).
The most popular form of worship among Perrenland's citizens is the Old Faith -- the "Old Kerk" is the semi-official church of the state, and considers Allitur, Berei, Beory, Mayaheine, Nerull, Pelor, Rao, Vathris and Zodal as part of a single pantheon. Ulaa, Zilchus, and St. Cuthbert, though not as popular, are also worshipped with regularity.
Perrenland is a parliamentary republic, and ruled by His Gravity, Karenin Weisspeer, Voormann of all Perrenland.
The national capital is Schwartzenbruin.
The state's coat of arms is blazoned thus: Per saltire, gules and argent.
Perrenland is noted for producing foodstuffs (mostly fish and dairy products) and copper ore. The country is also known for training and exporting a large number of mercenary groups.
Perrenland's standard coinage consists of the platinum grossmark (pp), gold mark (gp), silver kleinmark (sp), and copper pfennig (cp).
Perrenland is named for Jeff Perren, who co-wrote the Chainmail medieval miniatures wargame with Gary Gygax.
- Gygax, Gary. The World of Greyhawk. Lake Geneva, WI: TSR, 1980.
- -----. World of Greyhawk Fantasy Game Setting. Lake Geneva, WI: TSR, 1983.
- Holian, Gary, Erik Mona, Sean K. Reynolds, and Frederick Weining. Living Greyhawk Gazetteer. Renton, WA: Wizards of the Coast, 2000.