Sightseeing Log

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026 Impressions026 Mount Biran Mines

In my wanderings across Amh Araeng, I found myself pausing in wide-eyed wonder as I looked out upon the view before me. I knew that I must capture this sight in ink, lest others simply pass it by.
Amh Araeng x:22.1 y:9.4
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The shafts carved into the side of Mount Biran were the center of a large-scale mining operation which employed the relentless strength of an army of Talos. As is the case with Garik, Kelk, and many other places in the region, “Biran” was a name taken from a Ronso of historical note.
027 Impressions027 Twine

In my wanderings across Amh Araeng, I found myself pausing in wide-eyed wonder as I looked out upon the view before me. I knew that I must capture this sight in ink, lest others simply pass it by.
Amh Araeng x:11.1 y:16.9
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In days past, Nabaath Areng contracted a Talos engineer to establish its mining railway, and these cabins were built to provide lodgings for the laborers who would lay the trolley tracks. The settlement was later maintained as a miners' village, but its dwindling population has mirrored the steady decline of the mining industry.
028 Impressions028 Kelk

In my wanderings across Amh Araeng, I found myself pausing in wide-eyed wonder as I looked out upon the view before me. I knew that I must capture this sight in ink, lest others simply pass it by.
Amh Araeng x:20.4 y:21.3
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The ruins of a Ronso settlement. Residents abandoned Kelk for the cities long before the Flood arrived, and thus it is known amongst scavengers as a prime location for finding trinkets and relics untouched by conflict.
029 Impressions029 Lydha Lran

In my wanderings through Il Mheg, I found myself pausing in wide-eyed wonder as I looked out upon the view before me. I knew that I must capture this sight in ink, lest others simply pass it by.
Il Mheg x:14.8 y:31.9
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Finding it abandoned by its former inhabitants following the events of the Flood, the pixies have claimed this Voeburtite village as their own. The fae have continued the villagers' practice of keeping sheep, making use of the weed-choked pens to raise and milk their woolly livestock.
030 Impressions030 The Bookman's Shelves

In my wanderings through Il Mheg, I found myself pausing in wide-eyed wonder as I looked out upon the view before me. I knew that I must capture this sight in ink, lest others simply pass it by.
Il Mheg x:8.7 y:16.8
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Lately the borrowed residence of a foreign scholar, this manor once belonged to a Voeburtite lord known for the eclectic nature of his hobbies. In a miraculous turn of events, the noble's extensive collection of books and academic apparatus have largely been left undisturbed by curious pixie hands.
031 Impressions031 Pla Enni

In my wanderings through Il Mheg, I found myself pausing in wide-eyed wonder as I looked out upon the view before me. I knew that I must capture this sight in ink, lest others simply pass it by.
Il Mheg x:20.2 y:4.6
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Known for their harmonious relationship with the now-faded Kingdom of Voeburt, the Nu Mou people reside in this cavern under the leadership of their elder, Wyd Aenc. As well as being the name of the village, “pla enni” is a variety of mushroom the Nu Mou grow to incredible size─large enough for them to hollow out and use as comfortable dwellings.
032 Impressions032 Deepwood Swim

In my wanderings through Il Mheg, I found myself pausing in wide-eyed wonder as I looked out upon the view before me. I knew that I must capture this sight in ink, lest others simply pass it by.
Il Mheg x:21.4 y:20.9
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In the time of Voeburt, when Lyhe Ghiah was yet known as Gruenes Licht, these ruins were a thriving castle town. Now they languish at the bottom of Longmirror Lake, submerged in the waters drawn forth by the Fuath as the faeries laid claim to Il Mheg.
033 Impressions033 Lyhe Ghiah

In my wanderings through Il Mheg, I found myself pausing in wide-eyed wonder as I looked out upon the view before me. I knew that I must capture this sight in ink, lest others simply pass it by.
Il Mheg x:20.8 y:16.2
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Once the royal seat of Voeburt, Lyhe Ghiah later became a prison for Titania when the faerie king succumbed to the aether of a slain Lightwarden. The castle's name has its origin in both the faerie and Voeburtite tongues, the words thought to translate as the “wings of dreams.”
034 Impressions034 Saint Fathric's Temple

In my wanderings through Il Mheg, I found myself pausing in wide-eyed wonder as I looked out upon the view before me. I knew that I must capture this sight in ink, lest others simply pass it by.
Il Mheg x:35.7 y:24.8
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This secluded mountain shelf was favored by Saint Fathric of the Church of the First Light as a place to perform rites of penance. Amongst the faeries of Il Mheg, only the Nu Mou would remember or understand the significance of the location's history.
035 Impressions035 Fort Gohn

In my wanderings through the Rak'tika Greatwood, I found myself pausing in wide-eyed wonder as I looked out upon the view before me. I knew that I must capture this sight in ink, lest others simply pass it by.
The Rak'tika Greatwood x:13.6 y:32.4
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Built by the Night's Blessed, little now remains of this wooden fortification. By all accounts, a fire broke out during a sin eater attack, and even before the violence had ended, the compound had collapsed into a charred ruin. Survivors of the slaughter had had no choice but to relocate to the nearby Slitherbough.
036 Impressions036 Fruit of the Protector

In my wanderings through the Rak'tika Greatwood, I found myself pausing in wide-eyed wonder as I looked out upon the view before me. I knew that I must capture this sight in ink, lest others simply pass it by.
The Rak'tika Greatwood x:8.9 y:25.1
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Cradled within the branches of a giant tree, this immense crystal boulder is suspended above the waters of Lake Tusi Mek'ta. The “Fruit of the Protector,” as it is known, has been the subject of worship since the time of the Ronkan Empire, and even now folk tell the legend of the great entity believed to be cocooned within.
037 Impressions037 The Covered Halls of Dwatl

In my wanderings through the Rak'tika Greatwood, I found myself pausing in wide-eyed wonder as I looked out upon the view before me. I knew that I must capture this sight in ink, lest others simply pass it by.
The Rak'tika Greatwood x:4.4 y:27.2
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One of the sacred temples built by the Ronkans, these stone halls were safeguarded by a sect of priests even after the fall of the empire. The rising waters of the lake, however, could not be denied, and rumors persist of a secret treasure which was swallowed along with the temple.
038 Impressions038 Lozatl's Conquest

In my wanderings through the Rak'tika Greatwood, I found myself pausing in wide-eyed wonder as I looked out upon the view before me. I knew that I must capture this sight in ink, lest others simply pass it by.
The Rak'tika Greatwood x:14.1 y:18.3
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According to Ronkan legend, the great steps of this waterfall were carved by the giant Lozatl. Historians speculate that this mythical figure was, in fact, an early form of Talos, and likely the selfsame construct responsible for building Ronka's resplendent places of worship.
039 Impressions039 Fanow

In my wanderings through the Rak'tika Greatwood, I found myself pausing in wide-eyed wonder as I looked out upon the view before me. I knew that I must capture this sight in ink, lest others simply pass it by.
The Rak'tika Greatwood x:29.1 y:19
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Unfailingly loyal to the last-known commands of the Ronkan emperor, the Viis of this village have protected the ruins of Rak'tika for countless generations. With many of its sister settlements destroyed by the Flood of Light, however, Fanow faces an uncertain fate in its isolation.
040 Impressions040 The Morning Stars

In my wanderings through the Rak'tika Greatwood, I found myself pausing in wide-eyed wonder as I looked out upon the view before me. I knew that I must capture this sight in ink, lest others simply pass it by.
The Rak'tika Greatwood x:26.4 y:9.9
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These pyramids were built to venerate the four chief deities of the Ronkan religion: Ox'Gatorl, keeper of flame; Ox'Charl, keeper of the winds; Yx'Lokwa, bringer of rain; and Yx'Anpa, bringer of the harvest. For the inhabitants of Fanow, guardians of Ronka's heritage, there are few sites more sacred.
041 Impressions041 The Ondo Cups

I have looked out upon a corner of Norvrandt that few will know, and even fewer will have visited. Yet within this secret realm hides a vista of which all must be made aware...
The Tempest x:33 y:16.2
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Hidden at the bottom of the Tempest, this Ondo settlement was established by those few foragers who escaped the Flood's destruction of their homeland. The “Cups” has its origin in the hollows on the shore which remain filled with seawater when the tide recedes─a symbol of the Ondo's fortunate refuge.
042 Impressions042 The Workbench

I have looked out upon a corner of Norvrandt that few will know, and even fewer will have visited. Yet within this secret realm hides a vista of which all must be made aware...
The Tempest x:34.5 y:25.5
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This facility was built by a Crystarium native─a genius artisan seeking to escape from the distractions of the outside world. Although he simply calls the place his “Workbench,” the mundane naming is at odds with the fantastical concept of a forge constructed malms beneath the ocean.
043 Impressions043 Where the Dry Return

I have looked out upon a corner of Norvrandt that few will know, and even fewer will have visited. Yet within this secret realm hides a vista of which all must be made aware...
The Tempest x:37.1 y:6.6
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When the Ondo beheld the coral within this cavern, its crimson branches put them in mind of a land-dweller's veins─thus began the legend that it was a resting place for finless ones who had perished at sea. It was not until recently, however, that folk from the surface learned the reason behind the rather ominous-sounding name.
044 Impressions044 Purpure

I have looked out upon a corner of Norvrandt that few will know, and even fewer will have visited. Yet within this secret realm hides a vista of which all must be made aware...
The Tempest x:34.3 y:30.6
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The Ondo use the shells they gather from this cave to make dye, the purple hue prized as a symbol of nobility. It is said that Eulmore's obsession with the color purple can be traced back to these underwater origins.
045 Impressions045 Amaurot

I have looked out upon a corner of Norvrandt that few will know, and even fewer will have visited. Yet within this secret realm hides a vista of which all must be made aware...
The Tempest x:13.7 y:36.8
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If Ondo testimony is to be believed, this vast city simply appeared overnight. Unlike the ancient remnants which endure silently upon the sea floor, its illuminated towers are of a decidedly different nature─a meticulously new and vibrant metropolis, compelling in its mystery.


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