Wayrock

  • Used as a landmark for the most part, this 11,000-foot peak has sheer cliffs rising straight from the sea to its peak.
  • No one currently (or in known history) lives on the Wayrock, though there is a ruined keep carved into the eastern slope from which ghostly lights flicker on the nights of the full moon and new moon each month.
  • Like the Earthspur on Dragonisle, sailors use the peak as a navigation point as itÂ’s easily spotted for 100 miles.

Wayrock

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