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<span class="DROPCAP">T</span>he Ire Mountain range, near the center of [[Mistone]], is littered with dungeons and caves. Adventurers and fortune seekers insist that some of these caves connect to [[the Deep]], but those who have entered searching for the passage to the subterranean kingdom have not returned to verify their guesses.<br />
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The Ire Mountain range, near the center of [[Mistone]], is littered with dungeons and caves. Adventurers and fortune seekers insist that some of these caves connect to [[the Deep]], but those who have entered searching for the passage to the subterranean kingdom have not returned to verify their guesses.<br />
 
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There is an encampment that is fairly safe from the natural dangers of the Ire Mountains, unless you count gnolls as a natural danger, for it is their watch camp. Besides the gnolls, [[goblins]] and ogres roam the passes and caves, searching for their next hapless meal.
 
There is an encampment that is fairly safe from the natural dangers of the Ire Mountains, unless you count gnolls as a natural danger, for it is their watch camp. Besides the gnolls, [[goblins]] and ogres roam the passes and caves, searching for their next hapless meal.

Latest revision as of 14:01, 11 March 2019

The Ire Mountain range, near the center of Mistone, is littered with dungeons and caves. Adventurers and fortune seekers insist that some of these caves connect to the Deep, but those who have entered searching for the passage to the subterranean kingdom have not returned to verify their guesses.
 
There is an encampment that is fairly safe from the natural dangers of the Ire Mountains, unless you count gnolls as a natural danger, for it is their watch camp. Besides the gnolls, goblins and ogres roam the passes and caves, searching for their next hapless meal.