Exactly!Clearly I am asking about the information in book. Anyone can Google that information.
Why would anyone want to pay for something that is easily available for free!?
Does not make sense.
Ubtao is mentioned in the text where who the locals worship is relevant. The book is lacking in the index department though.You claim ToA has everything you need for Chult adventures. Ubtao is a substantial part of Chult. Obviously there is a disconnect here.
None of this information is in the much vaunted 2nd or 3rd edition FR sourcebooks either.They are on the map yes. Which is why I am asking. Some groups may decide to set their adventures there.
However there are no site entries for these areas. There are no encounters of interest for these sites. Unlike the majority of the other sites that have been detailed.
Because you have to draw the line somewhere.
Do you expect an FR sourcebook to tell you the name of the chieftain's second wife for the unnamed village 16 miles south east of Port Nyanzaru?
The 3rd edition book has one page on Chult, and one short paragraph on Port Nyanzaru. ToA has a whole chapter on Port Nyanzaru alone.
And if they don't know that a place not on the map is part of another country their head will explode?If a new DM looks at the map they would assume Samarach is part of Chult.
None of that stuff matters to a bunch of adventurers being chased by velociraptors down a hole in the ground in the middle of the jungle.
I say again, what you are after is fictional-history-porn, not something that is actually useful for playing D&D.