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A region of fertile, rolling hills. Interspersed are strange hidden monoliths, which are buried deep beneath the soil. It is rumoured that this is the burial ground of former gods, for anyone who has tried to dig too far down usually falls victim to a horrific accident. It's probably just a legend though...probably.

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The Barrows
A grassy plateau speckled with small hills and mounds - barrows, ancient tombs for souls that are long departed, which roll and stretch into the distance. There are hundreds, each holding an iron door and a stone frame. Mist perpetually envelopes this place as surely as silence does. It is said that any who try to raid these tombs for treasure or those who wander too far among the barrows will never find their way out again.
only take what is necessa... :: 2 hours ago :: by Cordelia
Queen's Gambit
An enormous and beautiful rose garden lays nestled between the hills of King's End. The hedgerows are arranged into an intricate and almost sentient maze - stories say that a sapling of these hedges was used to make the Labyrinth in the Hollowed Grounds. The maze is not as simple as it first appears - within it lie challenges of the mind, body and soul. The gates to Queen's Gambit have been locked for centuries.
[se] stretching new wings :: Yesterday, 10:35 PM :: by Deimos
Mourn
For those who do not wish to venture into the Barrows to grieve those buried there, an area exists along the fringes of the rolling hills. Quiet and peaceful, Mourn is a place of reflection, a place to remember. Dotted with stone benches and places to leave flowers, lanterns and other such offerings, the place appears well maintained, though no one is sure who carries out this task.
they say in mourn, love c... :: 3 hours ago :: by Edrei
Boondocks
Running parallel to the ocean, what was once a bustling road leading into King's End is now overgrown and deserted. What's more, the Boondocks ends suddenly at the water's edge, as if the road was once much longer, but has since been eaten by the sea. Ships often mistake the area for a pier, and risk running aground if they sail too close; indeed, the skeletons of shipwrecks rock wistfully in the shallows.
{se} a variety of views :: Yesterday, 05:54 AM :: by Nate

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