Aelcoast: The Landscape and Residing Packs Apr 1, 2019 0:10:12 GMT -5
Post by Razza on Apr 1, 2019 0:10:12 GMT -5
"The Nathernaan Sea is most easily accessed at Aelcoast, where a long beach covers the northwestern border. Fresh water sources are found further inland, near the pine forests on the western slopes of Aldri Peaks. In the center of Aelcoast are three great ravines and even a crater, made by meteors long ago."
# of Residing Packs: 0
Common Prey: Deer, moose, elk, rabbits, woodchucks, mice
Common Predators: Coyotes, foxes, bears
The AreasThe Northwest Coast
The long shoreline of Aelcoast is how this land got it's name, most of it covered in soft sand that stretches further into the central fields than is ordinary. Besides the dazzling view this part of the region is pretty plain in terms of landscape, with the thin peninsula to the north offering the only real variation. The entire northern shores in general are rockier and less smooth as those to the west, though the land gets especially harsh if you wish to travel to the land surrounded by sea on three sides. The path is thin and jagged, but the trek is worth it if you reach the northernmost point. There is a freshwater lake surrounded by a decently sized, peaceful field and the sound of the waves in each direction.
Central Fields and Ravines
The mainland of this region is made up of mostly flat, airy grasslands that stretch on for miles both north and south. Towards the heart of Aelcoast is three deep, well-known ravines that can be beautiful but dangerous, and located near them is a large crater, made by a meteor many many years ago. The northern ravine siphons into a moderately sized lake, which in turn is the source of the land's only river besides that which lays along the southwestern boundary.
Along the Aldri Peaks Boundary
The Aldri Peaks separates this land from that of Syndrana, with Aelcoast laying to the west of the mountains. While the northern part slopes down into the Nathernaan sea and the southern tail comes up in large peaks, along the mountainside you can find the largest of Aelcoast's forests, made mostly of pines that have taken root in the rocky ground. An entrance to a cave lies just south of there, and a dry, tundra-like land even further south of that. Closer towards the flatter fields but still resting near the peaks is also the river that runs south, fueled by the larger lake by the ravines and a smaller one surrounded by some trees separated from those closer to the mountain.
The Pack TerritoriesNone yet.