Celios Campaign [Pokémon Tabletop United]
The Celios Region is located just east of the Orre Region, and south of the Unova region. The Kalos Region exist to the north east across the sea, and the regions of Kanto, Johto, Hoenn and Sinnoh are on the other side of the world.
Like its nabber to the east, Celios has no known Pokémon unique to it. When trainers first start out, the traditional stater Pokémon vary from town to town, but the most common are the traditional Orre starters (Chikorita, Cyndaquil, and Totodile (same as Johto)) or the Traditional Unova starters (Snivy, Tepig, and Oshawott).
There is very little in the way of overreaching government the Celios region. Most towns and cities function like independent city states, held together by several trade agreements and other treaties to form three confederate governments, The United Confederate Trade Agreement of North Celios, The Free and Equal Trade Association of East Celios, and The South Celios Union of Free Trading Cities. Together they are held together in an even loosed confederacy known as The United Confederate Free Trade Realm of Celios.
The central Government has very little power to in force any real kind of law, leaving it to the city states to enforce there own law, which as resulted in wildly different legal systems all across Celios. Wail its difficult to say anything specific about any one legal system, in general there is a belief of a separation of powers, and in general there will always be some sort of due process.
However, due to a lack of adequate funds, most cities have either a privatized or cooperate funded polices and struggle greatly with corruption and conflict of interest.
There are always constant accusations of judges of more influential courts taking bribes from wealthy entities, but very rarely has this ever been proven to be true.
More then anything else, Celios is most know for its Ruins. It is widely believed that a great and powerful Civilization once lived there; however, what happened to it has yet to be discovered.
Most of the easy-to-get-to ruins have been explored to what seems to be their fullest extent, it is estimated that only about 10% of the total ruins in the Celios Region have been full explored.
Many millionaires have been made by exploring these ruins.