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  • Elves of the High Forest

    The High Forest once sheltered three great elven realms beneath its boughs. Many tribes of wood elves – and a few moon elves – still protect the ruined monuments to their golden age. Few beyond the border of the High Forest know much about these elves, …

  • Dessarin Valley

    The Dessarin Valley encompasses the area surrounding the huge river that is its name. Stretching from the western borders of the High Forest and south from [[Yartar]] to the Ardeep Forest, the Dessarin Valley holds sights of interest to both travelers and …

  • Lance Rock

    Lance Rock is a narrow, twenty five foot menhir of bare, grey rock that juts out of the ground eastward at a sixty degree angle. It is located a few miles northwest of Red Larch. Local legend has it that a dragon dropped the sharp blade of granite from …

  • Sumber Hills

    The Sumber Hills are windswept balands sparsely covered in dry grass. Many of the hills have exposed rock faces or steep escarpments. While the hills are dry, countless tiny streams rise from hidden springs (usually clean and drinkable), then flow down to …

  • Kryptgarden Forest

    Kryptgarden Forest hides many old dwarven ruins and the extensive underground city now known as Southkrypt. For centuries, this forest has been the home and hunting ground of an ancient female dragon known as “Old Gnawbone”. She is often seen gnawing …

  • High Forest

    The High Forest is a vast and mysterious area larger than some human kingdoms. It is big enough to encompass mountains within its depths. It is home to treants of gigantic size, stags with antlers as wide across as a wagon, bears bigger than a barn, …

  • Summit Hall

    [[File:618276 | class=media-item-align-left | Summit_hall.jpg]]Summit Hall is a small stronghold standing on a hilltop in the southern region of the Sumber Hills. It consists of a stone hall surrounded by a fifteen foot wall with a sturdy wooden gate. …

  • Stone Bridge

    This gigantic stone arch, two miles long and four hundred feet high, comfortably spans the widest spring flood of the Dessarin River. Two massive, fifty foot tall stone statues of dwarves stand at both ends of the bridge. It is a site of pilgrimage for …

  • The Swinging Sword

    One door north of the [[Allfaiths Shrine | Allfaiths Shrine]] stands The Swinging Sword. The inn is a three-story stone structure, crowned by a steep slate roof that bristles with many chimneys. A signboard juts out over the door, hanging from chains. It’ …

  • Mhandyvvers Poultry

    This wooden building (14 on the map) was constructed in a haphazard manner, with many offshoots and annexes everywhere. The interior looks like a barn with exposed beams and posts. Pens with live chickens fill most of the odd corners and halls of the …

  • Other Locations in Red Larch

    Areas in Red Larch that don't (yet) warrant their own page: (work in progress, these descriptions will be expanded) *Bethendur's Storage* Four warehouses containing storage areas for hire *Chansyrl Fine Harness* Tack and harness, saddles, …

  • The Forgotten Tomb

    This was a tomb of a Waterdhavian noble, about an hour's walk out of town, that was said to be haunted. The party explored and found it was true - a spirit guarded it, but was vanquished. Also a goblin and an ogrillon had staked the place out and had to …

  • Dessarin River

    The Dessarin River is cold, and deep for most of its length and fast flowing in spring. It is navigable as far north as Dancing Falls, at the base of the Lost Peaks. A small boat turning up the Rauvin can paddle and pole as far north as Dead Orc Pass, …