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Akovu's Crown - Location
Written By: Ellen Million (Writer), Ellen Million (Artwork)
A distinctive northern mountain.
 
 

This mountain is near Itrelir, and while not nearly as large and impressive as many of the other nearby mountains, has a very distinctive triple peak. A silty braided river, the Floden (which runs into the Ram river), cuts along the western slope of the mountain and low, forested hills stretch to the east. A larger mountain range lies to the south, feeding the river. Across a silty flood plain to the north, another range separates Itrelir from the marshes that reach the sea.

Akovu's peak is used as a point of orientation for a wide area around Itrelir, and generally considered to be lucky. Rare mountain goats inhabit the upper levels and many young hunters wishing to prove themselves will scale the heights to demonstrate their skills, hoping to bring back one of the white-coated creatures.

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