Nentir Valley

  • Nentir valley is a series of hanging valleys holding the Nentir river. An estimated population of seven thousand people have settled in the valley. This does not include the many indigenous tribes that lives in the forest to the south upon the valleys floor.
  • The Great river starts in the marshlands to the north east and waterfalls into the Nentir Valley flowing through to the south west into a dense forest at the bottom of the valley. There are three waterfalls along the way with many well traveled trails from the top to the bottom of each waterfall. The river splits off into another river after the second waterfall through the valley and flows down into the southeastern section of the forest.
  • The land above the first waterfall is lightly wooded with a fortified town on the mountainside and two villages on the eastern side of the river. Below the first waterfall however the forest gets more dense but their are many estabilished paths from the top of the waterfall to each of the villages. All of the villages down here are settled near the river and occasionaly have to deal with bandits, and wild beasts that stalk the forests. Border guards from Fallcrest are stationed down here to deal with such threats.
  • Fallcrest is the closest settlement to the beginning of the river being just a weeks journey from the edge of the marshlands but is located a few hours away from the river itself. A journey from fallcrest to the bottom of the valley takes almost two weeks on foot.
  • Across the valley from Fallcrest is a mining town just three days away when travelling on the Trade road.
  • Between Fallcrest and the mining town are mostly farmlands with small villages mostly found along the river.
  • At the bottom of the third waterfall ancient ruins can be found. Wild beasts inhabit these ruins and gnolls and kobolds are known to roam the area.

Nentir Valley

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