The Greying Wildlands lie north of Xhorhas and the Dwendalian Empire in Wildemount. It is a lawless realm harboring a curse that has kept it unconquered by human hands.[1]

Official map of the Greying Wildlands by Deven Rue

Geography[edit | edit source]

Map of Wildemount

The Wildlands is bordered to the south by the Dunrock Mountains. One of the main thoroughfares into and out of the Wildlands goes through the ravine at the Quannah Breach, which opens up into a widening valley. There is a large forest called the Savalirwood that begins about halfway through Shadycreek Run.[2][3]

Towards the north of the Greying Wildlands is a large mountain range called the Flotket Alps.[4] Caduceus's dreams indicate that somewhere in this region is a snowless mountain, Kravaraad, which holds the Kiln, a shrine he seeks.

The Greying Wildlands is bordered by two seas, The Frigid Depths and The Emerald Gulch.[3]

Crystalsands Tundra[edit | edit source]

The Crystalsands Tundra is an area of white dunes[5] located in the northwest of the Greying Wildlands.[3]

Flotket Alps[edit | edit source]

Main article: Flotket Alps.

The Flotket Alps is a mountain range in the north of the Greying Wildlands. The Alps are tall mountains with jagged peaks and spires that come to dangerous points, all coated in snow and ice, densely forested in pine.[7] Amidst all the snow-capped peaks is one snow-free mountain, named Kravaraad.[8]

Rime Plains[edit | edit source]

The Rime Plains occupy the southeastern area of the Greying Wildlands.[3] In the northern edges near the Flotket Alps are dangerous, bloodthirsty orcs.[12]

  • Boroftkrah: Located at the southern edge of the Rime Plains and at the base of the Eastern Dunrock Mountains, it is the hometown of Wursh[13]. It has a large population of orcs and half-orcs, who survive by hunting on the plains.[14]

Savalirwood[edit | edit source]

Main article: Savalirwood.

The Savalirwood is a cursed forest surrounding Shadycreek Run in the southwest of the Greying Wildlands. It was once a green forest but is now a greyish purple ashen color, shrouded in superstition and mythology. The deeper in, the more dangerous it gets.[15] The nature of where it draws its life and its color is very unnatural.[16]

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. See "Curious Beginnings" (2x01) at 0:17:26.
  2. See "Converging Fury" (2x27) at 1:19:48.
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 Map of the Greying Wildlands, by Deven Rue.
  4. See "The King's Cage" (2x69) at 4:09:04.
  5. See "The King's Cage" (2x69) at 4:09:04.
  6. See "Manifold Morals" (2x74) at 3:34:17.
  7. See "Family Gathering" (2x71) at 3:19:22.
  8. See "Family Gathering" (2x71) at 3:20:47.
  9. See "Family Gathering" (2x71) at 3:20:47.
  10. See "Clay and Dust" (2x72) at 3:38:07.
  11. See "Rime and Reason" (2x75) at 3:31:00.
  12. See "Wood and Steel" (2x58) at 0:37:47.
  13. See "Wood and Steel" (2x58) at 0:33:20.
  14. See "Wood and Steel" (2x58) at 0:37:47.
  15. See "Converging Fury" (2x27) at 2:16:50.
  16. See "Converging Fury" (2x27) at 2:19:40.
  17. See "Clay and Dust" (2x72) from 2:01:10 through 2:02:45.
  18. See "The Gentleman's Path" (2x19) at 0:36:21.
  19. See "Converging Fury" (2x27) at 2:48:34.

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