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  • Trunau

    One of only two non-orc settlements in the [[Hold of Belkzen | Hold of Belkzen]], Trunau is a predominantly human community of sturdy farmers and resolute warriors adrift in a monstrous sea of orcs who would as soon kill them as trade with them. (The …

  • Hold of Belkzen

    The Hold of Belkzen is a vast, untamed, barren, orc-inhabited region between the countries of Varisia to the east and Ustalav to the west. Belkzen is a harsh land, and not just in environmental terms. The only thing more brutal than the landscape of this …

  • Freedom Town

    Freedom Town is a predominantly human settlement located on the border of the [[Hold of Belkzen | Hold of Belkzen]] and Lastwall. It sits in fertile farmland due east of the capital of Urgir, north of the Flood Road. It was founded by criminal …

  • Highhelm

    Highhelm rises above ancient dwarven holdings in the Darklands of the Five Kings Mountains. Highhelm was the crown jewel of the dwarven empire of Tar Taargadth in the late years of the Age of Destiny. The first-built structures were Emperor's Peak, which …

  • Kyonin

    The homeland of the elven race on Golarion, Kyonin (pronounced ky-OH-nihn)was completely abandoned by the elves for millennia before the fall of the Starstone. Only recently (by elven standards) returned to Golarion they have reclaimed their ancient …

  • Plague House

    Also known as "the Burned Church", this old, burnt-down ruin just outside [[Trunau | Trunau]]'s walls is the subject of numerous horror stories. When orc raiders burned the building down and killed the Iomedaean clerics within, the Church of Iomadae moved …

  • Redlake Fort

    Originally part of Harchist’s Blockade (the second line of strongholds defending Lastwall’s retreating northern border with the [[Hold of Belkzen | Hold of Belkzen]]), *Redlake Fort* was named for a species of red algae that grew within its moat. When …

  • Minderhal's Valley

    In times lost, ancient stone giants claimed a secluded valley in the northern Mindspin Mountains as their own. The giants believed themselves a free people, descendants of the first giants to walk the earth and the chosen ones of their lawful evil god of …