Birthplace of wine, the Georgian countryside is home to a simple and independent people, dwelling in villages and towns in the hills and valleys of the Caucasus mountain range, stretching West toward the Black Sea Coast.

The Kingdom of Georgia itself stands at a crossroads. Having emerged from a dark period of strife following The Black Death, Turkoman invasions, an oppressive yoke of being regulated to a tributary state, and internal traitors to the Georgian people in the former vassal lords, the Kingdom of Georgia stands on the precipice of retaking the lands she once ruled over during her Golden Age of King David IV.