I didn't like the fact that Cejer ignored a whole bunch of geographical rules.
So i made my own map!
North Plains: Obviously the artic area. Has a mountain range in it, creating some change in otherwise a rather bland flat landscape. The area differs much, ranging form rather large cities to small fisherman villages to lone hts for those that don't want to be found. Since the large plains and lack of law enforcment make it very difficult to find someone, it's a criminal's last resort. Why last? Well, it's really freaking cold.
Fenwir mountains: Despite all odds, not an unpopulated area. I son't have much figured out for it. As it would be the area of choice for dwarves, perhaps we could populate it with scandinavian-like people. Y'know.. vikings with pickaxes instead of longboats. The fjord coast would make such an arrangement even more interesting.
Oslaend: I figured this to be something like northern Europe.
Eastern & Western Hewthorn: Not much tought given to this. Very dense forests. Oh, and by "light" forest i means something more like the steppes.
Carsforst plains: Perfect area for crops and farming. Which is the reason it's the most populated area on the map. Filled with warring city-states, this area is almost completly covered with fields and is the leading industrial area. This makes many of the surrounging areas dependant on their produce. In return, the city-states receive huge amounts of money, providing fuel for the gears of war and technological advance. I've figured out a few alliances between the city-states and that certain city-states swear by certain war machines (such as artillery, air force (separate from airships), infantry etc.).
I figured i could do a more detailed map of a certain area if anyone is interested. Also, beautify them a bit, since i'm not at all happy with how this map looks.