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  • Places

    "Where, O Where has my tarantula been? Where did I leave it, what has it seen? I still haven't found it, I can't …

  • The Arrow At Rest

    This little wayside inn is pleasing to the eye. The inkeeper, [[:lillavida]], runs the place with her daughters [[:ternia-banes]] and [[:vola-banes]], and a barmaid named [[:mary]]. It has a surprisingly large capacity, with space for seven horses, …

  • The Yeomanry League

    h3. Geography Yeomanry is in the southwest portion of the Flanaess. It is entirely within a broad basin bounded by the Jotens to the north, the Crystalmist Mountains to the west and south, and the Little Hills to the east. The valley passage between …

  • Longspear

    Longspear no longer exists, save as a ruin, since [[:ues | Mistress Uès]] unleashed the lichlings and the Brass Men upon it. Thus, the Seige of Longspear, as it came to be known, would mark the fall of the Yeomanry League as all know it. Previously ( …

  • Dreadwood

    The Dreadwood is a place full of horrors. It is where parents set the scene of every child's nightmare for a thousand miles all around. Nobody ventures into the Dreadwood unless the must. And yet: There is a single town in the northern, the safer, …

  • Silglen

    Silglen is the closest thing that the Dreadwood has to a capital. It normally has a population of about 400, but since it has been put under seige, it has only 100 druids, plus the 60-or-so commoners who have stayed to help of their own free will. …

  • Requitae

    Requitae was once a great city of Druids, the last bastion of defence before the southern Hool Marshes. The [[Dreadwood | Dreadwood]] was never a safe place, but Requitae provided the dangerous forest with a haven in the South. That was all before it was …

  • The Beastlands

    The Beastlands is a place of the wild; the hunters and the hunted. The inhabitants of The Beastlands are all in some way or another primordial, and do not have any interest in the civilized. The mythical longbow, _Thaas_, has its shrine in the …

  • Yggdrasil

    Yggdrasil, the World Tree of Norse Mythology, home to the Ratatosks, Nidhoggr, and all sorts of strange and wonderful(?) creatures. Yggdrasil connects [[Sigil | Sigil]] to the [[The Beastlands | Beastlands]], Midgard, Asgard, and more.

  • The Sea of Sorrows

    The Sea of Sorrows is a great underground ocean. The stars, bioluminescent fungi, are reliably used to navigate therein. Within the Sea of Sorrows are a number of sites: - The Port of Sighs, which leads to a drow enclave - Haedran's Tower, which …

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