The Twin Kingdoms are the wealthiest nations in the world. Supported by the daily
demand for tea and coffee across the globe, they exist invisibly right under our
noses in every cup from morning until night. Although they mirror each other in
landscape and the sword-fighting tradition, life in Tcha and Arabica couldn’t be
more opposite. And they are currently at war.
The Kingdom of Tcha, the tea kingdom, is the noble kingdom of wisdom, peace and friendship.
The eleven provinces are the natural home of the tea plant where the clocks show
no hours, only the time of tea. Port Ceylon is its mellow-paced, picturesque, cosmopolitan
capital, located in the Royal Province of Ceylon at the edge of the Nachtzee. The
River Oolong runs through the middle of the kingdom down through Port Ceylon where
it empties into the Nachtzee. The Uva Highlands mountains occupy the landscape of
The Kingdom of Arabica, the coffee kingdom, is the mighty kingdom of power, strength
and victory. Their provinces are the natural home of the coffee plant. Its capital
is Arabica City, a fast-paced, bustling, rat race of a city where something exciting
is always happening, located in the Province of Java. The Excelso River runs down
through the middle of the kingdom through Arabica City where it empties into the
Nachtzee. The High Mountains and Blue Mountain occupy the middle provinces in the
heart of the kingdom.