Vor'asa is the dryer region of Tas'alea, but the dunes that spread across the region have copious oases buried in its midst. It is the home of the only sign of humankind that the wolves of the island ever encountered, and also a large saltwater cove that douses the Northern portion of the island with ocean water.

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Adeli's Cove

On the northern horn of the island, Adeli's Cove has been carved out from the earth after years and years of tides washing across the dirt. There is very little beach in the cove, apart from the innermost waterfront where the beach is a mere fifteen yards in width. It is here that the SS Rilon washed ashore. The sea water spray sometimes reaches as much as one hundred yards inland upon contact with the cove walls.

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First Steps {OPEN/AGOGE} by Kegan Apr 12, 2016 0:40:29 GMT -5
SS Rilon

While humans never set foot on Tas'alea, the trade routes just to the west of the island frequently brought ships within two miles of the shore. A nasty hurricane swept one such trade ship aboard. The SS Rilon, a large cargo ship, was beached in Adeli's Cove, where the ship has remained wedged into the sand fo more than a dozen years. The wood has deteriorated some with the times, but it provides adequate shelter and plenty of space to the wolves who inhabit Vor'asa.

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Wild is the Wind [Sabaoth/open] by Liadan Apr 6, 2016 19:14:52 GMT -5
Aisu Dunes

Most of the northern region of Tas'alea is covered by live dunes. Unlike the desert, the temperature is moderate and trees dot the dunes. There is the occasional freshwater oasis nestled between the dunes to provide water to the lifeforms in Vor'asa. While there may not be much shelter, the dunes are filled with life such as burrowing spiders, birds, and small rodents such as meerkats and gophers.

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R. U. N. [Fawn] by Kegan Apr 2, 2016 19:30:55 GMT -5
Kydifi's Pass

On the southern border between Vor'asa and R'imdar rests Kydifi's Pass. Near the southern border, the dunes transition to a more mountainous height, creating the northern edge of the bowl basin. Here wildlife runs rampant, and there is a single flat path through the mountains to enter R'imdar. The pass often has rock slides and, during the winter, avalanches that leave the pass nearly impossible to enter or exit.

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Little Victories {OPEN//AGOGE} by Hyperion Jan 16, 2016 14:51:11 GMT -5


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