Great Ivory Plain

It stretches In a U shape with each prong facing NE. It is seen as a place of freedom for escaped slaves and vagabonds due to the unappetising environment that keep larger settlements at bay. However, it is also an important cross roads to Nibenay, Raam & Urik in the North, and to Balic in the south, so merchants frequently use several of the roads. The plain is mostly a large salt flat (like lake Eyre), with the Mekillot mountains splitting most of the plain in two.

Great Ivory Plain

The Ruins; Tamoguna Wakelord