|Major Waterways||Bay of Fundy|
|Size||?? sq km / ?? sq mi|
On the outskirts of Berwick, Flanders Fields nestles into a corner of the Annapolis Valley. The ancient cemetery is named after the famous fields in Belgium, though it bears little physical resemblance. This once well maintained cemetery has long since become overgrown with wildflowers, weeds, and natural tobacco. Red poppies grow in abundance over its soils, turning the green fields crimson and sanguine. Flanders Fields is said to have the most fertile soil in all the lands, a perfect place for growing just about anything that can be imagined, perhaps due to the interred bodies beneath the ground. If one pushes back the flora, they can find worn down gravestones, slowly turning to rubble over the centuries. A few monuments still stand amongst the overgrown forest, but even these are missing limbs, their engravings chipped and faded.