Mt. Phamo


“As a God dissolved, it sank, slided, and cracked open, revealing treasures of great value.”

Skjald Vinotis



Third Age

The Vular War was the last of major events reshaping Mt. Phamo, with the huge Southeastern landslide and sinking, forming the rather jagged mountainside and lowlands at that side’s foot.

Skjald Ulrich


Fourth Age

As the mountain settled after the disaster, a few greater canyons saw their birth and provided new areas for wildlife and Tribes alike. So, soon Settlements sprang forth: isolated farmsteads, hunters huts, miner villages, rest stops, and more. The eastern side became especially lively, as Mt. Phamo is the last of the red mountains and thus has a large lowland area surrounding it.

Skjald Vinotis



Laying at the Border between Claun and Esly, its the last of ‘the reds’, as locals call the mountain range. Mt. Phamo’s western side is somewhat explorable, while its eastern side is quite a wild, jagged experience, all the way down through foothills and roughlands all the way to Gardar Lake in Esly. The north side is rather steep, and at the foothills, it quickly flattens into the shorelands.

On the south side lies the City of Jakalala. On the east side of Claun lies the city of Kumbulo, and on the Esly side of the border lies the city of Haransi.

Skjald Valgrif



The mountains, as with the other border mountains, are governed by those of Claun and Eslys, nearby cities. Often presiding together in rulings, as Resource disputes often occur.

Skjald Yell'a'Beard



Fur and Gems.

Skjald El Mary


Last Updated on 2024-02-03 by IoM-Christian