Ar Salem Dolem is the capital city of the Stone Throne. Hidden in a pocket valley at the eastern edge of the Jungle of Fangs, it is surprisingly small for its cultural and political importance. Occupied mostly by priests and bureaucrats, Fang Sal'zar also holds court from the Great Temple there.

The Stone Throne is comprised of three regions, all located between the Blood-hunt Wildlands to the west and Moon's Vengeance to the east.

A village in the Northern District of the Stone Throne,­ Srassa Saat (“Beautiful Lake” in the local dialect) is the northern border of the Stone Throne. From there north, about 100 miles of unexplored jungle and mountains form the border region with the Council Lands.

Srassa Saat is located about two day’s journey north of Sha’slar, on the western shore of Murkwater Lake. The town is built out on piers over the marshy shore surrounding the approach to the garrison fort. Murkwater Lake has good fishing and few natural predators. It is known for seasonal storms that cause large changes in lake height during the middle-to-late summer.

This article describes the social and legal hierarchy of citizens of the Stone Throne (as of 210 AC). Status is relatively strictly observed, often by clothing differences. Names in parentheses are the common forms of the actual name. The distinction between high and low justice is described in Justice Systems.

The Stone Throne is a nation comprised of humans and half-elves, with a few dwarven communities. In principle it is governed by a theocracy with a God-Queen at the apex, but in practicality the Queen's Fang rules in the name of the Queen Ascendant. Here are descriptions of the primary rulers of each of the regions as well as some figures in the central bureaucracy.