Morvir: The Landscape and Residing Packs Apr 1, 2019 0:12:07 GMT -5
Post by Razza on Apr 1, 2019 0:12:07 GMT -5
"Near the center of Nortbound's lands is Morvir, a lightly forested area with open, grassy fields in the west and gentle rivers along it's borders. It is well known for the Constellation Ponds as well as the waterfall springs that feed into two large lakes at it's heart."
# of Residing Packs: 0
Common Prey: Deer, elk, woodchucks, fish, mice, squirrels
Common Predators: Bears, coyotes, foxes, snakes
The AreasThe Constellation Ponds and West Fields
The western edge of Morvir's lands is all fields for as far as the eye can see. The grass here covers rolling hills, surrounded by forests on most sides. In the true west part of the land the iconic Constellation Ponds can be found, which is a series of small bodies of water scattered not too far from each other and which branches off from the western river. The river runs from the Nathernaan sea, but isn't technically considered part of the border. Morvir stretches past it, all the way to the point where the fields touch the Imana Mountains, and then reaching back up towards Aelcoast's shores.
At the heart of Morvir is one of Northbound's most gorgeous waterfalls. The water drains downwards into the lake from a high cliff, with a few hot springs located up there as well. The lake feeds into another smaller one by way of a very wide river, all surrounded by light forests and lovely overgrown fields. A river runs into these lakes from the north as well, connecting this region to Aelcoast.
While most of Morvir's memorable features are in the north, there are two other, smaller lakes further south, followed by a large stretch of land. The forests here are flatter but less forgiving then the rest of Morvir's land, and the field's grasses are shorter and less hydrated. There can be beauty in this part of the area, but it can also be dangerously easy to get turned around when walking for miles on end with very few landmarks to search for.
The Pack TerritoriesNone yet.