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Still-Water Shallows.

Cape Still-Water or otherwise known as the Shallows, for good reason. The Water here doesn't reach further than the shoulders of any Average sized Wolf, due to the closeness of the Land surrounding this walkable Lake. Still-Water provides the best opportunity for fishing but also brings the risks of the Bears coming down from the Forests nearby in search of the same. Be on your guard should you meet one of these monstrous bears, for the Grizzly is not a foe you want to fend off lightly.
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White Shore Plateau

The farthest stretch of land visible on a single plain. The sands are flat, absent of hills and turns, running the northern miles. It's unclear what makes the sand here so white or why the wind seems to feel unwelcome across the beaches but there's truly something magical in the way that when you walk upon these lifeless dunes, feel the nature around you here, all your worries seem to drift away and the Northern Plateau feels like you were meant to be there. As if this is a sanctuary from the rest of the World and from all your worries.
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Aurora Borealis Peak

The highest point in all the land named for the phenomenon of lights that dance across the sky on some clear nights. A narrow trail leads up the snow covered mountain via switch-backs. The temperature drops during the night and never reaches above freezing during the day which means the snow is always present on the mountain top.
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