The Lonely Coast

Ruler: Lord Kenver Locher
Government: Feudal fief
Population: 4,000
Towns: Wolverton (pop. 1,800)
Villages: Bossin (pop. 700), Hosformarr (pop. 750), Oakhurst (pop. 200), Swallowfeld (pop. 300)
Fortifications: Caer Sylvane

Features of the Lonely Coast
Dense Woodland: The Tangled Wood shrouds most of the coast. Much of it is unexplored.
Trails and Tracks: Meandering tracks link the main settlements with a patchwork of farms and the isolated farmsteads of hunters and charcoal burners.
Cliffs: Lofty cliffs dominate the approaches to the Lonely Coast. In a few places, shingle beaches stand at their base, but most are inaccessible from the cliffs above.
Hills: A nameless range of rugged, tree-cloaked hills rises to the north. Beyond the range lies the deep Tangled Wood.

Locations of Note
Talan’s Bluff: The remains of an ancient hill fortress sprawl across the summit of a high hill giving impressive views over the Tangled Wood.
Arius’ Watchtower: A ruined tower hidden deep in the Tangled Wood, the watchtower is famous for the powerful conjurer who once dwelled within (and for the eldritch manner of his disappearance).
The Twisted Gorge: Many caves and passageway honeycomb the steep, overhanging cliffs of this foul place. Ferocious monsters dwell here in profusion.
Deepwater Lake: This lake’s cold and deep waters are rumored to hide much treasure (and a ferocious beast).
The Lonely Chantry: An isolated, rundown church dedicated to Andraste and the defeat of a slumbering evil said to lurk beneath the priory.
The Orestone: A wind-swept and wave-lashed shard of rock upon which many ships have come to grief, the Orestone is clearly visible from Wolverton.

The Lonely Coast

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