Vesyth


Vesyth is notably some of the middle ground that was once within the claims of Kamari and Acerbus. With the shifted borders, some of the western forests as well as the hot springs and plains are now their own sub-division of the continent, offering a home to new packs or loners alike.

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Enackir Hot Springs


The clear, toasty waters of Enackir Hot Springs appeal to wolves of all kinds. The crystal blue liquid is calming and serene. Nature has finally filtered the human's contaminates from the water, creating a lovely utopia for all varieties of animals. Although the water is too hot to drink, it is a wonderful place to bathe and play on a cool day.

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Boryz Prairie


A vast open prairie, where one end of the sky meets the other without interruption; a lull of hills and valleys covered in tall dry grass and spiny shrubbery. Deep crevices litter the plain, easily entrapping even the strongest of animals, also making an excellent home for rattlesnakes. Prairie dogs and a growing herd of Pronghorn call Kamari home and make for a decent meal.

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Grove of Sari


The Grove of Sari is the crown jewel of Vesyth. Hiding the hot springs with its cascading boughs, this lilac forest offers privacy and tranquility to all who enter it. The grove has been genetically engineered by conservationists to bloom for nearly thirty weeks out of the year, only losing it's fragrant blossoms in late November, when the willow-esque branches shed their flowers in favor of tiny green resting buds. Wolves should never fear, though; come the rainy season of late spring, the grove seems to gain new life, nearly doubling its number of blossoms every year.

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The Eye of Fenris


Long ago, the earth gave way from the hundreds of years of erosion caused by underground water flow. The Eye of Fenris, a sinkhole that has existed for more than a hundred years, still bears the saltwater river that carved it out all those years ago. Some of the tunnels that water previously flowed are no longer submersed and create an interesting underground maze.

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