Ryren Beach


Along the northern edge of the Aughgar River lays a wide beach, its fine sand littered with seashells of every shape and size. Kingfishers and other predatory birds crowd the shoreline and the skies above, hunting for fish, amphibians, and small mammals - and harrying any terrestrial predator that brings down larger game here. The river itself is a favorite stopping point for many migratory animals; unfortunately, the water here is teeming with crocodiles, making the beach a dangerous place to linger.

Ryren Beach

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