No New Posts Ancient Ruins

These crumbling archways and corridors have been around for as long as equines have inhabited the place. Not once have they encountered the makers, but there is an eerie feeling of old human souls here.

1 1 Just a Dab of Madness (AUDITION POST ONLY)
by vnes
Jan 21, 2015 20:10:14 GMT -8
No New Posts Whiterock Bridge

Whiterock connects two particularly hefty rock cliffs which loom up above the normal hills. It is named for the bleached stones of which it is made. Though aged, the bridge is sturdy enough to carry horses' weight and wide enough for about three to walk abreast. A stream flows below it during the rainy season, but most of the time it is dry and is commonly used as a rendezvous point.

1 1 The North's Most Wanted [Vladimir Grimm/OPEN]
by vnes
Jan 28, 2015 4:31:58 GMT -8

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Stone Hills
The Stone Hills range from smooth planes of rock to mounds of gravel, none of which are particularly comfortable for a horse's hooves. Footing is incredibly unstable, so tread with care.
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