An old forest filled with willow trees of many different shapes and sizes. Streams run wild here, branching off from a nearby creek that provides a good source of water. The forest is especially beautiful during the autumn season, when the few oak and maple trees change their colors and blend with the cherry willows.
|5||110||Sun Oct 18, 2009 9:50 am|
This creek winds besides the nearby Willow Forest gracefully, filled with various kinds of fish. Quail are common here, and are a good meal, and taste delicious, too. Several willow trees sit on its banks, giving shade to the area. Small pebbles of various colors sit at the bottom of the creek, though are harmless, unless you fall from great heights.
|4||62||Sat Oct 17, 2009 8:45 pm|
Gold-colored flowers are very plentiful here, covering most of the ground. Where there isn't any bloom, there is lush grass, which is actually all around the meadow, just hidden beneath the flowers. The meadow is on the opposite side of Quail Creek, and due to this several willow trees still grow strongly throughout.
|4||60||Tue Dec 08, 2009 7:15 pm|
The mountains of Zaribar are a rough and desolate place. The mountains don't go very high, but at the peak of the highest mountain it's the coldest place you'll be in The South. A small waterfall flows from a sharp drop on the outer side of the mountains, meaning that you have to climb them to reach it. The waterfall adds water to a small, rocky lake, which contains freshwater for the few creatures that live here.
|1||7||Fri Oct 23, 2009 3:42 pm|
Laying beneath clear, blue skies at the other side of the Zaribar mountain chain, the Azarie Valley, named after the azure, shelters green trees and plentiful prey throughout the year. Various waterfalls cascade from the walled sides of the valley; the water clear and clean. Various creatures live here, from predators to herbivores.
|3||18||Wed Jan 13, 2010 5:03 pm|