A lot of Forochel can seem foreboding. Water is so cold you will freeze, towering mammoths, ferocious bears, and yurts littered across a snowy landscape that are anything but inviting. But there are a lot of amazing sights in Forochel that if timid, adventurers will never see.
Tall and awe inspiring, Mammoths are used by the inhabitants in Forochel primarily for transport of goods between towns.
Art Prize, Grand Rapids, MI (afternoon)
Arctic brethren of bears from the south, these creatures patrol the flat snowy landscape.
Detroit Zoo, Huntington Woods, MI (afternoon)
Jä-rannit, Forochel, (gloaming)
Thick sheets of frozen water are everywhere here. Inhabitants of Forochel hardly mind them though. They simply strap on skates and glide to and fro.
Grand River, Rockford, MI (afternoon)
These buildings are spread across Forochel. They can be found mingling with brick and mortar buildings as well as their thinner-walled cousins, tents. Not quite one or the other, these are a welcome sight to adventurers looking for shelter for the night.
John Ball Zoo, Grand Rapids, MI (afternoon)
Sûri-Kylä, Forochel (morning)
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