Bavaria Stake is one of the Stakes on the Southern Continent in Kahrain Province which was founded After Landing.


Bavaria Stake was an early settlement in Kahrain Province alongside the Jordan River. It was home to the Radelin and Duquesne families.

The stake and all its inhabitants were annihilated when the First Pass began. The houses of the settlement, like at nearby Amsterdam and Milan stakes, had been built from pressed vegetable fibers, which provided no protection against Thread. All that remained of the settlement were pockmarked various metal objects and the heavy gauge silicon-based plastic roofing.

The Radelin family were survived by Catherine Radelin-Doyle.



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