|Alignment||lawful evil, lawful neutral|
|Enemies||Âkithn-Ulnl, Dilkuglapgon, Hjalmarbrodd|
|Established||9 Saunas 763 LE|
Andigimok is one of the largest Mîmêk empires of the world Bal-Kriav. It has holds spread across Unaraggumak and into the deeper regions beneath it, with some thirty miles under the surface. From the surface, the most accessible way of reaching this empire is by going down the Zurukthûr sinkhole.
The empire has two connections with the Earth Seam. The one north of Dushinbal is the entry portal Baruk-Felag, taking travelers to a distant Underdark region of Brucrumus. The one northeast of Munarkûn is the entry portal Baruk-Gind which takes travelers even further, to the Underdark sector Berolaz of Karterus. Sociologists claim that these two Earth Seams are the reason why the Mîmêk are spread far and wide over Bal-Kriav's Underdark.
In 946 LE, a failed military coup in Andigimok led to several hundred Mîmêk retreating into Baruk-Gind. When they came out of the Earth Seam at Baruk-Khâl, they were a continent and ocean away from Andigimok. They went southwest into Fangath where they founded the settlement Galir-Khizad.
In 1302 HE, Andigimok colonists entered the Earth Seam portal Baruk-Felag and came out at Baruk-Nur - a distance of 1800 miles. After exiting the Earth Seam, they went east to the Cthorgo coasts and built the settlement Arazindam. At the time of the settlement's founding, the Earth Seam was unmapped and nobody was interested in continuing to follow its course. As a result, the Arazindams lost all contact with Andigimok, declaring themselves an independent city-state upon founding.