The Westlands are divided into smaller nations, but all either follow or are ruled over (undecided at this point) by a monarchy, most likely from the capital of Allia.
Westland nations use European countries as a thematic template:
Allia (comparable to France)
Medren (comparable to Italy)
Umbria (comparable to Germany/Alpine nations)
Ellada (comparable to Greece)
Nalbin (comparable to Britain)
Noren and Volsci are not part of or ruled by the Westlands. They're home to independant, northern tribes.
The Babrayan Coast is arid/desert wilderness.
EDIT - Yes, I know some regions ARE actual places. I do that quite a bit. There's a character in Battle Bunnies called "Varanasi", which is actually a location in India. I used it because the theme used for the region he is from is based on India.
I like your world map. The only thing that I question is your compass in the center right area in red. It has no top end or is it not a compass? I am lost, but it still looks good.
Fits the geography of the region marked on the map.
Is there some climatic effect on geography, like glacial "cuts" (although that wouldn't make much sense considering its assumed latitude), or was there some sort of war that took a toll on the landscape?
Could it have been magical, as told in Page 20? (I'm not really paying much attention to the location of the events taking place, tbh.)
If you can't say, then I'll assume it may be explained in the story.
what's the axial tilt of this world?
This map is awesome!! The style reminds me the map from Warcraft 2...
You're deducting a bit of this fantasy world's history
Not to be confused with Middle Earth.
we have bunnies, dragons and tigers, bears & deer in the north, birdies in the south. Anything else?
also I would kill for you to post some more info/work/art on the other species