The Edge of the Unknown

…The far side of the River Xyts marked the end of Enghor’s reach, and this, in turn, was a daunting prospect epitomized by the density of the trees beyond, as well as by the darkness the forest created. One could walk but a few strides before being totally engulfed by the foreign landscape. From time to time, wood was gathered from this terrain, but it was one of the less desirable jobs the town had to offer, to say the least, for many of those who attempted it were captured or killed by the lurking tribesman that called Urstadt their home.

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