The Lost Art
Mesothryl is the central band of Thrylia. It is home to many diverse biomes and creatures and the majority of the civilized populace. It is bordered on the south by Karlik and the north by the Veil. The western coast is created by the Great Sea, and the eastern by the Alati.
- Telic River – The first river to the west of The Rift, the Telic is a small but vital part of the ecosystem of Mesothryl. It flows north from the Arm and south from Mereria’s Retreat before meeting itself to form Telic Lake. Its constantly flooding banks have given rise to Telion’s Lagoon, a small marshland at a fork.
- Mereria’s Retreat – The largest lake in Mesothryl, and often considered the most beautiful in all of Thrylia. Bordered on one side by Caedia’s Safety, it possesses perfectly clear waters, lush surrounding landscape, and a breathtaking view of the range.
- The Cross – A generalized term used to refer to the four rivers and lake that are situated in southwestern Mesothryl. A single inflowing river from the east and three outflowing rivers, one each for the remaining cardinal directions.
- Karlikreka – The lake and river centered in the Karlik Valley.
- The Guard Bog – A marshy swampland formed by the intersection of the two rivers, Mika and Thorule. It, along with The Veil and Karlik Forest are the division between East and West Mesothryl.
- The Divide – A massive river in the depths of a deep canyon that winds its way through The Plain.
- Caedia’s Safety – A large range of small mountains that run along the western coast of Mesothryl. Ocassionally considered to be a part of The Veil, but usually seen as its own range. Home to the Underdark. Caedia’s Safety is also home to the continent’s largest deposit of iron ore.
- Streo’s Peak – Located just east of Karlik, it is the largest and tallest mountain in all of Thrylia. It was claimed by the Evil Conjurer Streo in AR 145. Legend hold that it is comprised of nearly infinite amounts of tunnels and passageways lines with traps and horrors, along with riches beyond imagining.