Nifithid
Nifithid is a region that encompasses the coastline of all of the Midlands. It is difficult to know where to begin describing the beautiful region. Large slate-green stones form the land that would usually be made of white sand. There are rocky drystone walls as far as the eye can see. The peaks are covered with thick dry grass and sea-worn stones. The region of Nifithid closest to the sea is shaped into relatively flat bands that consist of slate.

Most of the stone is relatively coarse or even rocky. As one progresses inland, the stone becomes rougher, finer, and, more colourful. Nifithid begins as a sweeping gray mass of stone and what appears to be volcanic rock clambering its way from the sea floor, and transitions into a range of colors. There are mountains near Nifithid that are fed by two large lakes, Bracondeshile and Tresponds. These lakes receive their water from brackish springs and a lake of saltwater. Nestled across the region are smatterings of outcroppings made up of many crystals that create a kaleidoscope effect when the sun hits the crystalline structures just right.

These structures are labyrinthian in nature and offer an array of dazzling sights. They open their maws and swallow adventurers whole. Winding tunnels creep beneath the shores of Nfithid. Some collide with one another, and some tunnels are flimsier than others. Locals describe these ancient structures as being full of wonder and riches.

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