Due to the danger of the High Passes, the only option for a quick journey is through Liscor; travelling along the coast lengthens the journey greatly. Unfortunately, even after one passes Liscor, there is still great danger. South of Liscor lay the Blood Fields, a dangerous place containing remnants of Az’kerash's undead army and other dangerous monsters.
The region contains a wide variety of life - orchards of poisonous bluefruit, sturdy trees with explosive bark, dangerous nests of shield spiders, boulder-like crabs, and more.
The Floodplains are indeed quite flat in places, but in others they have many valleys and hills like where the (first) Wandering Inn stood. The look of endless grassy plains can create an optical illusion of uniformly spreading grass when in reality, there are ridges and valleys thousands of feet wide, easily making people get lost.
Beyond the boundaries of Liscor, the wilderness is truly a plain, with normal coniferous trees, pines and evergreens forming large forests in between the open expanse of land. To the East and the West of the Floodplains there are High Passes's mountains, and to the south, the Blood Fields.
The Floodplains are so named because of the valley that had been formed between the High Passes, one of the two routes between northern Izril and southern Izril. At least, for most of the year. For two months out of the twelve, the floodplains fill up with water as the spring rains poured down non-stop. All but the highest hills are then engulfed in water until the rains stop. The water drains when the summer begins.
- Amentus Grove
- Krakk Trees Forest (Deforested)
- Liscor's Antinium Hive
- Liscor's Dungeon
- Ruins of Liscor
- The (Old) Wandering Inn
- The (New) Wandering Inn
- A few villages that sit on top of hills.
List of Known Creatures: Edit
- Acid Flies
- Ashfire Bees
- Wild boars
- Fortress Beavers
- Poisonous Fanged Fish
- Razorbeaks (Dino-Bird)
- Hollowstone Deceivers / Rock Crabs
- Shield Spiders
- Snow Golems (in the winter)