Ter á fhúú... á fhúú-Translates as "So it closes... it closes"- Words of Ghóbeht, last King of Ázila leaving the City of Sárphúh after increased pressure and war from southernly Tribes.
Azila or Ázila is believed to have been founded by huntsmen travelling south from the Mountains of Gíbch sometime between the period of 165AM (After-Massive) and 1500AM 0 Era. The Huntsmen believed that the peninsula was blessed by a God called Kalnu, later Kálnú The Great, who the huntsmen believed created the worlds and continents in an event known as "Massive". Deciding to not return to the Mountains of the North the early Huntsmen began to build wooden structures reinforced with stone or "Green Brick" frames. After a year or so when more of these Nomadic people came down from the North, the village began to grow into a small town, and after spotting some strange dark men lurking in the forest decided to build a palisade around the town for protection.
Many of the townsfolk believed that they should create a kingdom and so they did naming it Azila later Ázila in honour of its first Nama (King) Azillo. Centuries past and the town had grown into a city, work had begun on a large stone circular wall that would encompass the entire city (Sárphúh, Capitol) and the Nama, now called Viscount lived in a Keep.
The reason Ázila is still remembered to this day is because it was the birthplace and Country where Ronald, Prophet of Numani grew up and resided for almost his entire life. He was banished to the Wilderness for 2 years but returned when the old leader was poisened. Numani was the religion that united all of Ázila and has been revived by the Eaglean Empire by the 2783rd Patriarch Kon of Zion.
Virtually everything from the old Kingdom has disappeared bar a few texts and documents that have already been found. Eagla has kept these sources safe in the Church of Numani in Upper Dwemmer.
Of course back then the people of Ázila spoke a different language. Some men have heard stories of the ancient Kingdom and have heard or seen their language Klíniin. It is being used in some parts of the New Kingdom.
After leaving Eagla in the hands of the Church, CRACKPOTATOE set out for a fresh start. Inspired by ancient documents from the Era Ázila lived in he decided he new enough to revive the nation and make it great once more. He also revived many old traditions and traditionory names.