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Region 427 - Gwên Llachar


Description: Sunflowers. Sunflowers as far as the eye can see. Pastoral hills and bright sunny days, loving nights and calm evenings. Directly bordering Eirlys Lake, the migratory patterns of Tir Buwch bovine leads to a season of grazing and floofy cows in the golden fields. The lake feeds into smaller rivers and channels that filter off into a great bog; Gors Fawr where an abundance of plant life, local animals, and insects all congregate in holy union. A natural crossroad for the material and the divine that the Witches and the local Hobbits revere and safeguard. Little hidey hole homes litter the hills and outskirts of the holy bog where packed lives are secretly stowed away. Occasional bits of sacrificial food emerge bubbling from Gors Fawr, normally butter based, and in a state of bog preservation or bogervation. Sparse trees populate the surrounding area of hardy fertile dirt but these are considered sacred and necessary for the local Hobbit clans and are thus not exported for the Witches.


People: Hobbits predominately populate Gwên Llachar, a hybrid race born from an ancient union between Witch and Dwarf. They are a stout, plump, and congenial race in harmony with their surroundings and their fellow kin. Cooperation, friendship, and loyalty are great virtues for the Hobbits. They do not all follow the Code of Stars but it takes naturally to their ways and many an unlikely hero has come from a birthday party and gone on great adventures with friends and foes alike. Diplomacy is always considered first among the Hobbits, whose daily lives involve much rowdy talk and sorting out of issues, and when all else fails a flying frying pan is the ultimate arbiter of justice. Some conflicts bubble when the Cows of Tir Buwch graze past Gors Fawr and the nearest Hobbit clan claims them as their new livestock and responsibility. A big show of affection battling with lavish treats and care foisted upon the cow will then take place between the two factions eventually sorting itself out as the grazing bovines decide which shepherd they will follow from there. Though too small to ride horses into danger like a typical gallant knight many a chivalrous or adventurous Hobbit has ridden into the unknown upon the back of a smaller species of horned bovine reminiscent of an ox, pony, and goat dubbed a Sun Cow.


Sunflowers - The lands are rich with gold, a gold untouched by the dark greedy hearts of man, and intertwined with the life of all things big and small around. The seeds are extracted for food or oil, the leaves are used as fodder, and the flower yields a particularly bright vibrant yellow dye. The Hobbits have a predominately vegetarian diet and thus consume many a seed, often playing games seeing who can spit the used up seed the farthest over the hill.

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