Rholv

The Rholv highlands lie to the west of Styness. They are connected to Styness Proper by an artificially created mountain pass. It is a day’s journey between the two areas. Rholv has served as an agricultural area for Styness since it’s founding.
The land is a high plain, with seasonal rains and continuous wind. Elevation varies from 5,000 feet to 8,000 feet above sea level at the high, northern reaches of the valley. There are several scattered settlements in Rholv, most sized at a few hundred residents. The largest of these is Werrickshire, with about 500 living residents. The villages are connected by the Cowpath. With most of the unskilled manual labor being done by the skeleton work force, people mostly either administrate labor, pasturage planning and logistics or perform more skilled labor such as butchering and preserving meats.
A variety of meat and dairy animals are raised in Rholv. The list includes, but is not limited to: chicken, ducks, cows, pigs, sheep.

Rholv

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