Esequor was a small farming town which lay SouthWest of the Fold Mountain regions in central Erusea (formerly the Svirsk Oblast), a break-away republic of the Eurasia continent.
Esequor is famous for the 'Esequor Incident', where the town was occupied and burned, along with it's inhabitants by, suposedly, Ordo Imperialis forces aiding the Erusian aristocracy, or "White Forces" during the Erusian Revolutionary War against the forces of the Marxist Erusian Social Democratic Labor Party (Now the Communist Party of Erusea).
A monument to Esequor is located within the Erusian capital of Aykhal, along-side the Monument for the Fallen, stands as a memory to not only the citizens of Esequor, but to all civilians and soldiers that perished during the Erusian Revolutionary War. A plaque reads:
"Perhaps they are not stars, but rather openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy."
Esequor is still used liberally in Erusian propaganda to this day.