|Major Waterways||Gulf of Saint Lawrence|
|Size||?? sq km / ?? sq mi|
Looking across to Grindstone Island is a peaceful cove set against the rocky sides of Cape Acadia. Hidden by a small and tenacious treeline, Timber Cove has long been a haulout and breeding site for a large colony of grey seals and smaller populations of harbor seals. Though they may seem docile or easy to hunt, a less cautious Luperci may find themselves in too deep if they have little experience with these pinnpeds!
The Gulf of Saint Lawrence is a massive gulf to the north, outlet to the Great Lakes to the far south. The gulf borders Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick areas such as Isthmus of Chignecto, and the Cape Breton Peninsula. Only a small part of the Gulf occurs within the playable game areas. Frozen water and ice floes are common in winter; cold water in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence helps to make the temperature of mainland Canada territories and Prince Edward Island consistently colder than much of southern Nova Scotia.