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Sinda Clifftop (Grey Clifftop) Wolves should be careful here. There is a very steep drop from the cliffs to the valley below, and the area is easily accessed by the wind. Some shelter can be obtained from the rocks nearby, and there is also a path down into the valley. Although the area is quite barren, some wolves may enjoy hunting the small birds that can be found here.
Karka Valley (Rocky Valley) This is the glacial valley at the foot of the cliff. It can be cold, but there is at least a windblock provided by vegetation and rock. There is a very small stream running down this valley, from which wolves can slake their thirst.
Nura Forest (Deep Forest) Quite a compact, but very dense pine forest that spreads out gently into the pack lands. It is quite easy to lose one's way and end up on pack lands, but cautious loners will enjoy this area due to its shelter in the winter. In the spring, water does rise slightly, making ground uncomfortable to sleep on, but there are still some hollow logs and rocks around the area that provide some hiding places.
Tathar Path (Willow Path) Leading along the bank of Alqua Waters, this path is bordered by big willow trees. It is a peaceful path, which leads to the Laurë Fields. It is where wolves go if they wish to walk somewhere disturbed only by the singing of many varieties of birds.
Craban Fen (Crow Fen) The cold, treacherous waters around this area have been known to swallow wolves in seconds. As it is unknown where the deadly mud is, this land has not been too closely explored. There is one huge oak tree on the edge of the Fen, where hundreds of crows live. Their incessant cawing can be heard for miles. This tree has been used for pack meetings for many years, and the tradition hasn’t broken. Many dead tree stumps surround the area, giving the impression that they too treat the great oak as a centre of respect.
Keika Woods ( Light of the Firefly Woods ) In a large forest with dominating Sycamores lies a lake in the heart of the woods. Though this body of water isn't the largest of the land it contains the most vegetation and residents that inhabit most of it's terrain. Lily pads consume a good majority of its azure beauty, as well salmon and other varieties of fish, turtles, frogs, and more. But what is truly amazing is the large island that is conspicuous in the middle of the lake. Where on such a land is a towering, crippled oak tree, where every night it's branches are lit up by fireflies in its beauty and galore.
Glas Falls (Joy Falls) A truly beautiful area, this is where water crashes down over a cliff into a calm pool surrounded by lush vegetation. In the pool, trout can be found for the hungry wolf, and the shade from the trees and undergrowth offers a cool place to relax in summer, but is quite cold in winter as the water freezes.
Poika Lake (Pure Lake) and Clearing A sparkling lake forms from the river that comes from Glas Falls. There are sometimes waterfowl near here, though not in winter. The clearing is the desired meeting place of the pack, due to its open structure and the wonderful scent of the winds that travel across the lake and through the flowers that are scattered across the land.
Mount Lôm (Mount Echo) This great volcano has lain dormant for hundreds of years. The area is dry and rocky, and is home to many chipmunks. Streams issue from the many cracks in the rocky surface, and there are numerous deep, sandy craters that are hard to navigate unless by experienced adult wolves. In rainy seasons, the craters fill up and the volcano is impassable.
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The Groth (The Underground Dwelling) The den is found by following a long path fitting one wolf at a time where it steadily leads underground to the many caves. The caves are always warm as they are heated by the volcano, which resides on top of this cozy little area. At the entrance however it is a long, narrow tunnel that encloses and becomes very suffocating. It's a long walk but worth it all for once it ends it empties out into a large dome resembling the Sistine Chapel ( The Great Hall ). Everything is carved and smoothed with that of marble flooring, walls, and so forth. The ceiling on the other hand has various glistening rocks such as emeralds, amethyst, onyx, diamonds, and other substances that light the domain and scattered caverns.
Alqua Waters (Swan waters) This large body of water is home to many swans. In the spring, when the cygnets are newly hatched, wolves are provided with a good hunting opportunity, if they can avoid the powerful wings of the fully grown swans. The waters here are deep and clear. They are quite cool all year round.
Laurë Fields (Golden Fields) This is the main hunting grounds for the pack. There are many deer here, because of the large amounts of corn which give this area its name. The fields are quite large, so hunts can go on for a long time.
The Tumba (The Deep Valley) If a wolf follows a certain unreliable path, they will be lead to a valley. If they can get down the steep edge, they will find a long, narrow area. There are bubbling mud pools here, and fissures in the ground in which steam can spurt out of suddenly, burning an unwary traveller. There are many caves along the side of the valley, but it is more a labyrinth. Those who wander the deeper paths may find the ancient bones of past explorers, both human and lupine.
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The Torech (The Lair) This is a place ravaged by humans – before the humans were ravaged by wolves. There are many hollow fallen trees here, which were cut down by humans many years ago. In these hollowed logs a wolf could sleep. The forest here has begun to recover from the logging with time, but it's still a place haunted by the ghosts of old trees.
Faroth Grounds (Hunt Grounds) Faroth is a scrubby, more open hunting ground than most packs would lay claim to, but perhaps that's part of its appeal. There are many deer here and, though often scrawny, they provide a good meal for hungry wolves. It can be difficult to sneak up on prey here.
Sereg River (Blood River) The Sereg River is the main source of water for a lot of the lands around this area, running clear for most of its length, but this place is different from the rest. The rust-colored earth here taints the waters a murky red. Legend has it that long ago, another pack that could rival the malevolence of the Amarth lived close to here. It is said they turned the waters red with the blood of their enemies, and that the restless spirits of these wolves and their victims haunt this bend of the river.
Shifuku Soukai ( Blissful Blue Waters ) This area is found in the depth of a large cave where towards the end there's various, and quite enormous hot springs heated all year round. Few vegetation and rare delicacies also decorate the spectacular scenery splashing it with exotic hues and colors. Not to mention the narcissus giving off a lovely, enticing aroma to those who recline in the heated pools of salvation.
Bibun Orchards ( Flowery Prose Orchards ) Lush grass is everywhere beneath the pads of wolves, as if such strands were like silken thread. But, within such marvelous meadows offer roses from Chrysler Imperial to Sterling Silver submerging everywhere. The oddest thing is all the roses are a crimson or red hue. Altogether in one beautiful sea of red. Lost in the enormous weaves of grass however, is also an orchard of all kinds of foodstuffs, perhaps more then the eye can see to avail.
Mount Lindele (Mount Song) Climb up the gentle pathway from near Glas Falls, and you'll approach the peak of Mount Lindele, home to many snowshoe hares. Hunting is done here only sometimes, and never by the whole pack however, as the Skah pack believes the land to be sacred because of its beauty - it is possible to see the whole pack lands from here, and there is always gentle snow floating through the sky and softening the ground.
Firith Woods (Autumn Woods) A huge forest, full of a variety of plants and trees. It's name is given because the woods turn into a golden paradise in autumn. Firith is a great place for wolves to spend some leisure time as well as being prime hunting land. The area is full of deer and other prey animals.
Muina Caves (Hidden Caves) This is a prime location for a den. The caves are protected from sight by dense vegetation, including berry bushes that turn a decorative red and green in winter. Wolf pups love to explore this area, and can do so safely, as they are protected on all sides by mountain and forest.
Ungol Copse (Spider Copse) This Copse is home to millions of spiders, some poisonous, some not, that weave their webs in the trees. The trees grow so densely here that the sun can never be seen. Even on the hottest day of the year, this copse remains dark, cold and uninviting. Wolves that are unfamiliar with this place should not go in alone as it is easy to loose your way. The Raen Path (Crooked Path) is the main trail through here, but even that cannot be trusted, for there are many smaller pathways that lead to dead ends or sheer drops onto the rocks below.
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Wilwarin Meadows (Butterfly Meadows) There are many butterflies here as there are countless different breeds of flowers mixed in with the long grass. Because of this, there is an enamouring scent, especially in the warm seasons. This attracts a lot of prey such as deer, birds and rabbits. It is the main hunting grounds.
Dúlin Caves (Nightingale caves) This is the den area. A peaceful place, at dusk the sound of nightingales fills the caves. There are many separate caves, some deeper than others, though not dangerous. A fun place for young wolves and puppies to go exploring!
Ninniach Beck and Lake (Rainbow Beck and Lake) The large lake is fathoms deep, but so clear that the bottom can be seen easily. The lake is home to many creatures, including brightly coloured fish, newts and frogs. The brook runs into the lake from a high ridge, causing a small but beautiful waterfall. When the sun is at its highest point in the sky, a rainbow can be seen. At night many different serene sounds can be heard, for example owls and grasshoppers.