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These areas are, if possible, even colder and icier than Berk, as they encroach on the Arctic Circle, a region that is near-uninhabitable but where many dragons can still be found.
Subforums: Frosted Fields, The Sanctuary, Ice-Sheet Ocean, Haunted Marshes
|2||14||Dec 11 2015, 02:24 AM
In: Not Quite a Ghost
These regions are guarded by Helheim's Gate - the thick fog and rock formations that hindered the Berkians' expeditions for centuries - but beyond them lie breathtaking landscapes of majesty and wonder that can make even large dragons feel as tiny as ants.
Subforums: Itchy Armpit, Giants' Forests, Dragontooth Drop, Murderous Mountain
|9||106||Dec 20 2015, 12:21 PM
In: Human Folly
To the frostbitten inhabitants of the Barbaric Archipelago, the lands further south may seem boring, but they are anything but. Merchants and travellers find this the easiest route to pass through: the land is flatter, the weather more temperate, and both fauna and flora are prolific.
Subforums: Fire Rainforests, Great Plateaus, Black Sea, Dragonfly Island
|4||41||Dec 15 2015, 09:00 AM
In: Hit and Miss
By: Felix Mc.Scouty
The Vikings lands are craggy already, but the east is even craggier. Choppy and fragmented, the small islands are a walk in the park but the higher peaks and treacherous waters a nightmare to traverse.
Subforums: Misty Mountains, Lava-Lout Island, Whirlpool Waters, Hatching Grounds
|1||4||Dec 11 2015, 01:52 AM
In: Miss The Ground
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