In S.A. 347 Wôma Drâl, Hion of the Surk (a tribe of the Womaw) brought his great fleet to Cleaac, on the southeastern coast of Endor. He was in search of new and fertile territory for his tired horde of Vuulmaw warriors. The residents of the area at that time called themselves the "Lakhab" (lit. "Coast folk"), and lived in modest communities situated by the rocky promontories where their warlords erected citadels of earth and rude stonework. An armed landing by a Surk battle-group set the tone for subsequent relations between the two peoples. And so, the Cunaaci-aac-Aalkbroda' (L. "Battle of Hillholds") decided who would be master of the fertile lands west of the Ams Breacna' (L. "River of Great Memories"). Wôma Drâl was given the Laath of Hionvor on the first day of S.A. 348 (the first year of the Lôchans Second Age). His reign initiated a new period in the history of southeastern Endor; for the first time, an organized, centralized society embarked on a campaign of conquest. Wôma Drâl began to carefully shape the nature of his new Lôchas (L. "Never-ending Glen") from the very outset. Using a modest set of laws which had been brought from his homeland of Uon on Vulm Shryac, he fashioned a state based on the eight traditional kindreds of the Vulmaw. Four pairings of tribal moieties were settled in distinct geographical districts: (1) in Halôcha, the Shôm and Vaeliic, both Surk, settled; (2) the Tawurk, Wôm and Runaas, lived in the western Haen of Rualôcha; (3) the Móak, including the Niviis and Chôrn, held Diolôcha; and (4) the Narig, composed of the Krawn and Uoniis tribes, held sway along the Breachna in Maralôcha.
- the Wild Lands south and East, Gazetteer by Pete Fenlon