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Updated April 14th, 2024 


Ruling Body:Various Druidic Clans
Maps:Surrounding Forest
Rumors:See below

This robust forest is full of flaura and fauna of natural and supernatural entities alike. Travelers may enjoy it, but one must stay on the paths and think twice about venturing deep within it. The creatures here may be tame one minute and ferocious the next moment.

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The Great Forest, Western Lands

The Great Forest is immense. It is home to many animals, like black bear, grizzly bear, white deer, wolf, fox, birds, racoon, beaver, ... It contains several species of trees. There are sought after flowers, fungi, molds. plants, herbs, and spices that readily grow here.

It is said that the forest is magical and contains magical creatures, like treants, dryads, nymphs, and more. There are several groves of druids, too. These druids have been known to operate and enforce their own nature-centered rules. This is the main reason why travelers stick to well-traveled roads, as druids tend to meander deep within The Great Forest. Never mess around with druids when they are on their home turf.

The good news is, druids usually leave hints of their presence. Wood carvings, stone henges, or sacrificial alters are signs druids are nearby.


  • Lake Mystic is a large body of water that resides to the west in the Great Forest. It is said several nymphs live near its still waters. To find this lake, one need only follow the northern river that flows to Vilmer.
  • A vast underground root system connects trees together. Trees are able to communicate with each other across long distance in the Great Forest.
  • In the village of Liton, south of the center of the Great Forest, a bare-footed lady occassionally visits. Her hair, sometimes bright green and other times dark, fiery red, or blonde.
  • Deep in the Great Forest, a vicious clan of druids practices human sacrifices. Its mission is to call upon dark forces for its selfish purposes.