Mount Masami
Masami isn't currently up right now, we've been trying to get things running for a few years, but something always comes up. However, recently, we decided to get the team back together and get this puppy going. Currently, we're adding some new ideas in and reintroducing old ones. We should be up and running within a few weeks. If you're interested, feel free to roam Masami while we get things set up, or maybe you could even join and give us some feedback on what you'd like to see. Thank you so much for your patients and we're very very sorry!

Cliffside Ruins

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Post  Norm on Thu Nov 28, 2013 9:47 pm

Cliffside Ruins:

At the foot of the mountain of Masami lies a series of stone ruins carved by the side of a gagged cliff. The cliff is inconsistent and could actually be considered a series of multiple cliffs of different heights. Nothing more than small patches of grass can grow against the grey rocky terrain. The area is abnormally quiet with the only sounds being of the strong winds that blow through this part of the mountain. At the foot of the cliff is a large and relatively flat rocky area. Here lie the remains of what was once a populated stone village. No one knows the age of these ruins are for sure, but people estimate it to be around 250 years old. Simple stone buildings were built here, about a dozen small huts were found that are thought to be houses, giving us an idea of the village’s population size. The town’s layout was in the shape of a circle with all of the buildings facing inward towards the town’s center. Two paths cross through the town in the shape of a plus sign that meets in the town’s center.

The entire eastern side of the town has been completely destroyed. Large boulders cover nearly a third of the entire village, suggesting the occurrence of a massive avalanche. It is thought that this devastating disaster has something to due with the town’s abandonment, but no one knows for sure. Explorers often times take advantage of these ruins for their own conquests. The huts are convenient places to build base camps before venturing up into the heights of Masami. Adventures must be warned though. Those who travel this pathway up the mountain must be very careful not to step into Talon territory. Talon nests have been known to be scattered about on the cliffs above. Talons are known to be very territorial so you must be cautious not to cross their path.


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