This article belongs to the lore of Astyria.

Abortion in Astyria

Country To protect woman's life Physical health Mental health Rape Fetal Defects Socio-economic factors On request
 Andamonia No No No No No No No
 Aquitayne Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
 Arimathea Yes No No No Partial No No
Arimathean law permits abortion in the cases of fatal foetal abnormalities ("life which could not survive outside the womb") where it would cause "undue emotional distress to the child's parents." In practice, this is rarely granted, as such requests must be referred to the courts, and precedent considers that the loss of a child "consistently and rightly causes extreme emotional and mental duress."
 Aswick Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
 Blackhelm Confederacy No No No No No No No
 Cadenza Yes No No No No No No
Template:Country data Glisandia Yes Yes No No Yes No No
 Great Nortend Partial Partial No No No No No
The regular law of Great Nortend provides that an abortion may not be directly procured in any situation, but a pregnant woman is permitted to undergo treatment to save her life or to avoid severe and grievous injury, even if a miscarriage may be unfortunately induced thereby.
 Kelonna Yes Partial No No Partial No No
 Khyragus Yes Yes Partial Yes Yes Yes Partial, reason must be given and proven
 Kur'zhet Yes No No No No No No
 Maqtajer Yes Yes No No Partial No No
 Mesoland Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
 Nikolia Yes Yes No Yes Yes No No
 Riysa Yes Partial Partial Yes No No No
 Romberg Yes Partial Partial Yes Partial Partial Partial
The consent of the mother is the most important factor in determining whether a pregnancy is terminated. Unilateral termination of pregnancy by a doctor is only allowed if the mother is found to be incapable of rational communication and if the life of the mother is threatened. Otherwise the decision of the mother rules. In general however, women are encouraged to carry the child to term and put the child up for adoption as opposed to abortion, although if abortion were sought no repercussions would occur.
Template:Country data Seraphic Republic Yes Yes Yes Yes Partial Legal if defects could significantly diminish quality of life. No No
Template:Country data Terre des Gaules Yes Yes No Yes No No No
 Trellin Yes No No No No No No
 Valkea Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
 Woodstead Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
On request - Yes. However, though there is a statutory right to abortion, it is finally based on a registered practitioner's decision- should the practitioner believe that the abortion is performed out of coercion from the mother's sexual partner or parent, they reserve a right under the recent Public Medical Professional Act and Social Services Act to refuse to perform it; at this point, a second practitioner can give an opinion, and may ultimately perform it or submit for further investigation by local social services.
Template:Country data Yellosia Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Partial, reason must be given and proven
 Zitru Yes Yes Partial Yes Partial Partial Yes