The Long Vigil
The ruins of the fort at Wykeham overlooks the dale from the sheer northern cliffs. The tall hills to the south descend down into the Moaning Bog. The forest grassland lying in the dale is dense, but the remnants of an old road provide fairly easy access to Schildpad. Scouts report the northern, limestone cliffs has a system of caverns.
- Buckhorn Cliffs: A chain of limestone cliffs that run along the northern side of Wykeham Dale. There is a series of caves all along the cliffs.
- Brynnwood: The wood is has a deadly phase spider living in it. A person is advised to avoid the fairie rings of mushrooms and stones. Stones painted red with the blood are found in the wood as a warning to tresspassers.
- Brynn River: The Brynn is a lazy river which wanders through the Brynnwood. Monsters are common along the river. The ruin of Ashford rests on the river providing the only safe crossing. Traders camp on the hill where the city hall once stood, and all that remains of the hall is the city fountain filled with foul water.
- Wild Hare Thicket: The thicket is a dense wood with twisting roots and grasping branches. There are rumors that
- Southern Hills: The southern hills descend down to the sea shore where a rugged shore. The currents and rocky outcroppings make sailing this shore is dangerous. Deep in the hills is Sunrock Mount.
- Cornbury Abbey
The bog that lies at the end of a large river that drains into the sea. Scouts have claimed seeing a great winged beast prowling the swamp. The ruins of Blackmarsh Port lie on the eastern side of the bog. The bog is infested with zombies that have fallen into the river and been swept downstream. On a windy day the sounds of moaning zombies can be heard emanating from the swamp.
Blackmarsh Port was a smuggler's haven before the Dark Times, and no word has been heard from it since. All that's known is the few conflicting tales that came from the survivors. Some claimed the swamp came alive and took the residents, while others speak of strange winged beasts that swooped down from the skies. Despite it's poor reputation, the city was known for making swift, shallow hulled boats and ships; the kind perfect for smuggling.