ardent
A nearly impossible-to-see area of quicksand, this place is one of the most dangerous in all of Boreas. It is concealed by the surrounding scrubland at the base of Mount Volkan on the western side of the volcano. The quicksand traps wayward travelers almost instantly, and for those inexperienced with its ways.. it makes for a difficult escape. Fog drifting in from the nearby Soulless Forest at night makes this land doubly dangerous. Those who place a paw wrong here won’t soon forget it. No evidence of activity found.
Travelers' Pitfall
This island is connected to mainland Boreas by a small spit of sand that is only visible at low tide. It is relatively large, covered in rocky terrain with a few outcroppings of trees. Alias Island lies just south of northern Boreas - its tallest peaks often harbor creatures found much deeper in the icy north, such as the sturdy herd of mountain goats that call this island home. A large lake sits in the middle of the island, waning and filling depending on the rains. Temperature can change dramatically here if the northern winds pick up. You can expect chilly evenings even in the summertime. No evidence of activity found.
Alias Island
A vast plain spotted with rocks and boulders of all shapes and sizes before crumbling into a stony beach where the river meets the sea. This is a great lookout point, as many of the rocks are tall enough for the wolves to climb on and see for miles - you can look over the ocean channel to Alias Island or across the river to the quiet tranquility of Firefly Lake. There are plenty of nooks and crannies for small prey animals to hide among the rocks making this an ideal hunting ground for first-time hunters. you've got a friend in me by Océan 05-09-2020, 07:45 PM
The Rock Garden
The Stony Steppe is mysterious, but quite often beautiful. The stones that are it's namesake are a conglomeration of old ancient ruins that have long since been weathered and eroded. Though the basic foundation and stature still stand, much of it has fallen on its side or caved in, creating an unusual playground for exploration and discovery. No evidence of activity found.
The Stone Steppe
This large lake is surrounded by cattails and reeds, so thick in some places that it's difficult to even get to the edge of the lakeside. Some stretches of the shore made up of soft and sandy beaches, while in others water-smoothed pebbles litter the beach. However, no matter where you are on the lakeside, the fireflies seem to come out from their hiding places, swarming over the surface of the lake and the fields surrounding it. It almost looks as if the stars themselves have fallen from the sky, floating about as far as the eye can see. i can tell that we are go... by Motif 36 minutes ago
Firefly Lake
A sudden drop in the thicket leads to a surprisingly tall cliff side. The slope of the rocks is almost completely linear, leaving little to no leverage to crawl back up. Should you fall in, if you even survive the fall, you have to swim to safety down the beach. The water below is icy and still enough to reflect the rocks towering above it, giving the appearance of a somehow even longer fall. "What If..." by Corvus 06-23-2020, 10:21 PM
Crystallum Cliffs
The grasses here can grow as tall as the creatures that wander in. There are many bushes here as well that grow even taller, and block out the light, as well as various clusters of trees throughout the thicket. There are many, many small birds that make their homes here and can constantly be heard fluttering overhead, not to mention the small prey animals constantly skittering about underfoot. My feeble walls are closi... by Acere 06-09-2020, 12:59 AM
Rustling Thicket
These plains are filled to the brim with luscious vegetation throughout most the seasons. In the center of the land lays a large lake, surrounded by a cluster of assorted trees. It also sports a small river that curves throughout the prairie. The name of the land suits it well, for despite the lovely scenery, the land is home to many different types of serpents. From common grass snakes to more poisonous ones such as Cottonmouths, and everything in between. The prey in this area is luckily plentiful, from fish, deer, elk, bear, rabbits, squirrel, gophers, and many more. Whatever you venture here for, this land surely will keep you on your toes! over the river and throug... by Rhythm 6 hours ago
Serpent Plains
Located at the heart of the East, Monument Rapids is found on the river that runs from the lake in Serpent Plains throughout much of the eastern lands. Sitting about ten miles from where the river forks, here the body of water grows narrower, constricting the water significantly. The angry river rages wildly forming dangerous rapids covered in white froth and spotted with jagged rocks. Crossing is possible, but making an error could surely cost a wolf their life. you feel so tired but you... by Corvus 06-21-2020, 05:10 PM
Monument Rapids
Set in the mountainous eastern lands of Boreas, Fenrir's Maw is a craggy, dangerous stretch of mountains, riddled with steep drop-offs, unstable trails, sinkholes, and peaked with snow year-round. Riddled with caves that span deep into the mountains, alcoves and chambers, making these mountains a good place for a pack that doesn't mind the dangerous terrain. A wolf must be nimble on his or her paws, or find one's death on the rocky earth below. The plant life is hardy, the trees being evergreens suited to the climate. There are many hard to find herbs that grow here, if a healer is brave and surefooted enough to seek them out. lady lady lovely by Iolaire 06-09-2020, 07:27 AM
Fenrir's Maw
These cliffs stand an impressive two hundred feet above the eastern sea shore of Boreas. At the top grows a lush field of wildflowers, and the serenity of the land could easily trick one into letting their guard down, but you'd be wrong to think no danger was lurking nearby. The field suddenly breaks off as though a giant bear had pried the land away with its claws. The sheer wall is comprised of white stone, glittering here and there with mineral deposits from gold to shimmering silver. Far below, a narrow strip of white sand makes up the beach, reachable only by a narrow trail only those brave or foolhardy at heart would take. What could possibly make ... by Elizabeth 05-25-2020, 02:01 PM
Moontouched Cliffs
On the eastern coast of Boreas lies a cluster of tiny islands, though to the east of them lies one larger inhabitable one. This island is far from the shore of the mainlands, but can be accessed by paddling from one small island to the other. This place is home to palm trees and tropical birds, as well as a small variety of prey animals not found on the mainland. A couple of small mountains make the island very visible from the coast of the mainland, as well as provide shelter by way of bat-filled caves, and fresh water flowing down in the form of creeks, rivers, and waterfalls. do you wanna build a snow... by Samara 07-01-2020, 02:44 AM
Ibis Islands
Soft sand leads to the calm ocean water found within the confines of this picturesque bay. Natural sand barriers create a quiet sea inlet perfect for swimming and fishing. The Moontouched Cliffs provide a sense of privacy and safety to anyone who might seek shelter in the bay. High tides can bring deep sea creatures ashore, beaching them once the tide recedes again past the sand bars. Wolves have found sharks and large fish washed up on the sand - and even the rare whale. Bye Bye Butterfree by Theory 07-01-2020, 10:59 PM
Fontamo Bay
A foreboding mountain, littered with volcanic debris, from igneous rock to obsidian. Due to the recent volcanic eruption, this place no longer harbors plant life of any form, and the slopes are overcome with downed trees, remnants of the mountain's tumultuous past. Even though the volcano is no longer erupting, the volcano is very much still active; some days it seems completely dormant, while others are hallmarked by a cloud of ash and dust rising from the crater’s precipice. For all we know, it may blow at any minute again... safe or not? by Noir 05-29-2020, 08:52 PM
Mount Volkan
Deep down in the bowels of the earth is a vast, largely unexplored ancient crypt. A wolf who slips inside could be lost for hours, or even days. Within the crypt are various chambers and vaults which provide shelter from the elements of the outside world, but are also known to be a tomb for animals, incapable of escaping. This crypt is not for the faint of heart, for if you have little courage you may never see the light of day again. No evidence of activity found.
Stylianos Crypt
This young new-growth forest took hold after a large fire burned down the previous grove. The ash of the fallen giants which came before has fertilized the soil and provided an ideal environment for the low shrubs and redbud trees that now abound. Each spring the trees explode into color, vivid pink blossoms overtaking the entire region. Praised The Gods Be; We'r... by Mortis 07-02-2020, 06:59 PM
Redbud Nook
Here the river diverts into uncountable streams, forming thousands of minuscule islands on its way to the ocean. The brackish water hosts several unusual species of both fresh and saltwater creatures. Any wolf who ventures here can expect a bounty of prey, along with a healthy helping of mud and muck. The sodden wetland is brimming with life in every season, if one can muster up the courage to navigate through its depths. Near the ocean, where the river is widest, lies a large island that is brimming with lush forests and prey animals. A song written easily by Hanako Yesterday, 09:57 AM
Kamui Delta
The river that winds through the east finally meets its end at this peaceful waterfall. Unlike the fast waters of the rapids upstream, Sunset Falls is broken up by smaller cliffs and elevation changes that create a series of pools as the water cascades down towards the natural hot springs located nearby. The flow of the water is gentle and meandering, creating beautiful ribbon-like sheets that fall from pool to pool. You can easily scale the hillside for a swim or lounge at the base of the falls and take in the view. To heal this land by Acere 06-09-2020, 01:13 AM
Sunset Falls
This Mangrove forest lies right on the edge of the eastern part of Boreas. Thick trees encompass a wide area and many water ways travel throughout the territory. It's rather unappealing by day, but by night everything is illuminated in a luminescent glow, giving everything a magical touch that is absolutely stunning to behold. Hit me harder than expect... by Noir 05-29-2020, 09:55 PM
Lover's Mangrove
Bursting forth from a opalescent formation comes warm spring water. The fountain pours out into half moon pools that cover the land like scales. Large trees surround the lake to give a sense of privacy. The depth of each pool differs, so be careful which bath you decide to lounge in. Also, take care not to ingest too much of the water. Poisons from the volcanic activity can be fatal! champagne's for celebrati... by Theory 07-01-2020, 09:19 PM
The Hot Springs


Eastern Boreas is fertile and green. A massive mountain range rises up in the east and travels into the north. Several rivers and water sources have taken up root in the east, supporting a diverse ecosystem of prey that includes waterfowl and fish alongside typical forest-dwelling creatures. The east is one of the best hunting areas in all of Boreas.