Tag: Roan Valley

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  • Ravenswood

    Ravenswood is a small farming community on the edge of the [[Raven Wood]], the forest from which the village gets its name. The forest was once a popular hunting destination, but over the last century, the forest has grown increasingly dark as the [[ …

  • Gryphon's Bluff

    Gryphon's Bluff is far and away the largest, and most powerful city in the [[Roan Valley]]. Gryphon's Bluff is a thriving mercantile center, trading both over land and by sea. The city's perch atop a cliff makes it ideal for defense and hard to lay …

  • Arabel

    Arabel is a small fishing community along the Donaar River. What the town lacks in resources it more than makes up for in its robust fishing trade. Though it doesn't offer the variety of fish that [[Ashenport]] provides, it is also much easier, and …

  • Misty Ridge

    Misty Ridge, named after the peak in the [[Dragon Ridge Mountains]] that overlooks the town is a small community of mostly human and dwarven miners. Despite being a fairly tiny community, Misty Ridge is surprisingly formidable, owing primarily to its …

  • Raven Wood

    In the center of the [[Roan Valley]] lies the Raven Wood, so named for the abundance of ravens that have always found a home in the wood. The forest was once populated by an abundance of forest creatures of all types and was a forest-lover's dream. The …

  • Dragon Ridge Mountains

    The Dragon Ridge Mountains, along with the [[Sorrowhorn Peaks]] separate the [[Roan Valley]] from the rest of [[Kalamora]]. The mountains are the lifeblood of [[Misty Ridge]] as the town survives by mining its caverns, but they also provide the greatest …

  • Sorrowhorn Peaks

    The Sorrowhorn Peaks mark the western boundary of the [[Roan Valley]]. The Peaks were once home to the dwarven city of [[Dorsten]] but the city, and its inhabitants, vanished during the height of the [[Race Wars]]. In the centuries since the citadel …

  • Mutation

    A little over one hundred years ago, the [[Raven Wood]] began to twist in upon itself. The trees grew black and twisted, the brush grew dark and gnarled, even the animals became . . . different. The streams that run through the wood grew bitter and foul …