The Enchanted Forest

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Auckland, New Zealand

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This hand-drawn design was digitally colorised to achieve a water color effect. If you enjoy a good fantasy novel, a game of D&D with friends or if you think fondly of illustrated story books you read when you were a child, this design may be just what you need to spur your imagination on a daily basis or to give to someone special.

It is perfect for all those who love to let their imagination run wild and travel through an enchanted autumnal forest, dotted with remains of ancient civilisations, its temples and cities long forgotten and moss-covered. On your journey you encounter fantastical beasts, dragons as large as a mountain, sentient fungi ruled by a Toadstool king and ancient guardian trees, that protect the forest from those that want to harm it.

“We call the forest to the north “The Cradle” or “Wiegalant” in the tongue of the native tribes. The northeastern forest is called the Wyrmwood and the northwestern part Black Quill Forest.The forest extends further to the west as far as the eye can see. No one I spoke to set foot in those parts.

Three rivers divide the forest, two of which are arms of the Aharot, the principal river of these lands. It flows north to south past the remains of an ancient temple and unites with the sea west to Greifshold, the only major settlement on this continent. The Herza flows east to west and splits from the Aharot at Starspire, an observatory built on a large hill surrounded by Yew trees. The Jarsamig flows north to east and passes the Balding Hills and the small fishing village Breka before it unites with the sea.

The Wyrmblood Range forms the northern limits of the forest, yet its foothills extend deep southwards and form a stretch of hills just north of Greifshold. The city itself is in part build on a gentle hill. They are called The Balding Hills, due to the sparse growth on most of them. I have it on good authority that iron ore was found in these hills and they may as well reveal precious stones in time. The northern parts of the Wyrmblood Range are not well travelled and should be avoided in winter.

What lies beyond the Wyrmblood Range is for the most part unknown."

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