Bengodi is a land famous for its vast surpluses of grated Parmesan cheese, which consequently made the entire area smell like vomit. Also, there are unique gemstones exclusively in Bengodi, including an invisibility-bestowing heliotrope that was later used in Hawley Griffin's first experiments.

Source materialEdit

Bengodi, and its Parmesan cheese, appear in Giovanni Boccaccio's Decameron (1353).

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