Mount Oromocto

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  1.   1.  Description
  2.   2.  Landmarks
    1.   2.1  Maw of the Eternal Void
    2.   2.2  Bird Summit Lodge
  3.   3.  History
    1.   3.1  Claimed Land
Credit aaronknox@Flickr


Region Northern Tides
Territory Frost Reaches
Major Waterways
Size ?? sq km / ?? sq mi


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1.  Description

Mount Oromocto is the highest peak in the province of New Brunswick, dwarfing most of the Halcyon Mountains easily. The mountain is part of the Appalachian chain, and at its summit, a small fire-tower hut still stands, slowly falling into disrepair. Mount Oromocto is the source point for a few rivers and creeks, all of which snake slowly down its side, a few emptying into Grand Lake. There is a clear treeline about halfway up the mountain's face; past this treeline, the Mount Oromocto becomes bald rock and low, hardy shrubbery.

2.  Landmarks

2.1  Maw of the Eternal Void

The entrance of this dark cave is located at the base of Mt. Oromocto. The opening is shaped in such a way that it looks like the mouth of a beast is coming out of the side of the mountain's base. The inside is very dark and contains many passage ways. It would be easy for anyone to get lost without some way of keeping track of which way they were going. To those brave enough to venture inside, untouched treasures await them. (Created by Salena for a Sapient Territory Contest)

2.2  Bird Summit Lodge

Sitting over one of the highest points of Mount Oromocto, is a large solid face of rock facing southeast. A balcony of wood supported by metal beams stretches along the near-perfectly cut rock in what used to be a scenic overlook for tourists and trackers to enjoy the beautiful view. Not too far away, is a small cottage to shelter the visitors, which only signs of its existence are a few wrecked beams and a ruined foundation. Considering the state that the weather and time has left the structures in, with visible holes and cracks along the wooden boards, it's not advisable to try your luck on the overlook. But there is a massive number of nests that have been built there over the years from sparrows to eagles, which are sure to have some yummy surprises there. (Created by Nina for a Sapient Territory Contest)

3.  History

3.1  Claimed Land

  • Sapient has claimed a portion of Mount Oromocto from October 2014 to July 2018.

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