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No New Posts The Misty Inn

A peculiar old woman of years beyond count has somehow managed to maintain not only a living amidst these peaks, but also a inn, of sorts. She is clearly a hybrid, but a mix of so many races it's impossible to tell which she most favors and seems amicable to accepting guests of all sorts and stripes provided they don't get on her bad side. Her 'inn' offers several rooms attached by rickety plank bridgeways overlooking the great drop below, and the rooms themselves are not much better: tacked onto the cliffside by who knows what and threadbare enough one might think any gust could be the one to send them tumbling into the abyss. Somehow, they have managed not to do so. Yet.

For a small price of a couple coins, you can have the pleasure of sleeping in one. Or trying to.

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No New Posts Siren's Field

The general term for all the 'flatland' around the plateaus, named so due to the perpetual, lulling tune of the winds combined with the fact that any false step over an unanticipated edge could be the last step a person ever makes.

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No New Posts The Pocket Caves

Dotted all along the rock spires which make up the plateaus, the pocket caves are just that: a series of sections where the cliffside looks almost as though it has been scooped out by the hand or talons of some far larger beast, leaving 'pockets' in the earth large enough to house several magescians or perhaps a small nest, but not enough to do much else.

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No New Posts Winter Peak

The tallest of all the spires in the area. Climbing to the top is certainly worth bragging rights, if nothing else.

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Everwinter Plateau

In the northernmost peaks of Ayr, at the highest reaches of climbing rocks - should anyone dare to venture that high - is a section of flat reaches of rock, enveloped in unusually prolific greenery, from gangly trees to green grasses and wildflowers. All of it is all but perpetually shrouded in mists, as though a spell were cast long ago upon the place to hold the winds at bay and allow fogs to roll over it. While beautiful, in its own way, there is the ever-present danger of walking off a solid stretch of grass and stepping into fog with only the illusion that there will be something below to catch your weight. For this reason, as well as the wild and mysterious nature of the creatures who make their homes in its reaches, the Everwinter Plateau is as perilous as it is lovely, and a point of note for those bold enough to seek it out.
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