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  • Keflavik

    Keflavik was a small fishing village on the northeastern coast. It was home to a dozen or so families, all of whom eked out a subsistence living from the sea and simple farming (mostly root vegetables and a few hearty grains). The town was "ruled" by a …

  • Findon

    Findon was a small fishing village located at the mouth of a small river, known locally as "The Wash", which runs east/west from the forest to the sea. It was in all respects very similar to [[Keflavik | Keflavik]], eking out the same subsistence living …

  • Tir Ablach

    Tir Ablach is an elven settlement found in the woods northwest of [[Mindvikorjorn | Mindvikorjorn]]. It is very well hidden, and its precise location and approach are jealously guarded by the elves that live there. Once within Tir Ablach, visitors are …

  • Vorn Uhlum

    Vorn Uhlum is a dwarven clanhold located in the mountains north of [[Mindvikorjorn | Mindvikorjorn]]. The dwarves of Vorn Uhlum conduct trade with the town a few times a year, when the weather is fair. The dwarves bring metal and finished goods in …

  • Mindvikorjorn

    (pronounced mend-vee-KOR-eorn) Mindvikorjorn (old Futhark for "the place of joining together") is a newly-established town at the former site of the village of Findon. Residents of Keflavik and Crimond joined with the people of Findon to establish a …

  • Poll Dubh Doracha

    The Poll Dubh Doracha (pronounced "powel duve dur-ACK-ah") is a mountain fortress on the southern end of the Tiglas Mountains. Abandoned for decades (if not centuries), it has become the home of the [[:bolg-mor | Bolg Mor]]. The giant keeps the trade …

  • Caermor

    Caermor is a small village (fewer than 100 people) about three days upriver (west) of [[Ellowen | Ellowen]]. Local farmers eke out a subsistence raising hardy grains and root vegetables, but the major activity for the village is raising a local strain of …