The name Aslava probably comes from the word Slav, the name given to a people coming from the Asian steppes around 450 A.D. It is therefore likely that Aslava is based on the (southern) states they founded, such as Bulgaria, Bosnia and Serbia.
Aslava was once part of the Romonov Empire based in Rovo, Toscana. Once however when Rovo fell in 189 to the Teuts, Aslava claimed independence from their Arridi/Teut masters. Today though, they are at pressure with Toscana.
- Although this isn't mentioned, it can be assumed that the Aslavans have trade with the Toscanans and Arridi via the Sea of Rostov.
- Aslava hasn't been visited by any major characters yet.
- The people of Aslava probably have their own language, but would be familiar with Toscan, Temuj, and other languages of trade.