Khorvaire - Population and Demographics

Population and Demographics

According to the Eberron Campaign Setting, Khorvaire is home to 15,520,020 people, although some fans dispute the realism of that number, arguing that ten times that is more realistic. The bulk of the population, 43.2%, is human. The second largest population is of dwarves, which make up another 9.3%.

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