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Murky Mire 0 Threads, 0 Posts
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Thick, black waters give the Murky Mire it's name - all sucking mud and rotting vegetation. To say the mire is distasteful is an understatement; swarms of insects, hungry crocodiles, and fetid, unsafe water all contribute to this swamp. Dangerous and deadly, only the truly brave would bother to come here.
Clouded Forest 0 Threads, 0 Posts
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While it's technically a jungle, many call this area the Clouded Forest, mostly for the fog that seems to come from the very trees themselves. This area sees rain almost daily, and it's a wonder that the jungle hasn't drowned. The ground is always damp here, and crawling with all manner of insects, reptiles and amphibians. Deep in the jungle lies a ravine - but more often than not, it's discovered accidentally via falling. Another curious landmark is a snowy mountain that rises tall above the jungle, an odd, stark white mass against the thick green trees.
Subforums: Mt. Engima, Tangled Ravine
Whitewater Overlook 0 Threads, 0 Posts
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Without a doubt, the Whitewater Overlook is the tallest waterfall in Kaos. Torrential rain feeds these falls, and hundreds of rocks and boulders churn the water into dangerous white rapids. Even so, it's a beautiful place to visit - provided you stay on one of the many, large ledges around the falls, and don't try to swim in them. The best ledges are somewhat difficult to get to, as they divide the waterfall in multiple places.

This area is considered neutral territory, and cannot be claimed.
Subforums: Whitewater Basin
Cloaked Cove 1 Threads, 8 Posts Paradise Lost by Turk
08-27-2019, 02:19 AM
Surrounded by rain forest on all sides - barring the southernmost point of ocean, of course - the cove is fairly concealed, with very little thinning of the trees before you are suddenly thrust into sand and open space. A relatively small beach, the Cloaked Cove's main attraction is the stepping boulders that lead out into the sea.
Subforums: Stepping Stones