Gotland is a land made up of high mountains, deep valleys, fjords, lakes and woodlands. It is made up of a peninsula that reaches from the arctic rim down into the north sea nearly touching Jutland. It joins the mainland at Vralia. The the far western edge is a mountainous cliffs that block most of the cold wind most of the year. The western part of the peninsula is mostly rivers and fjords. Large parts of the flatlands are marsh or swamps. Around the base of the mountains are woodlands. A mountain range divides the peninsula. The eastern side is of a higher elevation with lakes and a smooth coastline in the Gotland bay. The northern portion of the country and onto the mainland is the home of the reindeer herders.
Most of the people live in small villages and farming or fishing communities. Their capital city, Sigtuna, was the combination of two older settlements. It is as modern as cities in Aragonia, Terre d’Ange and Alba.