Dorset Style - 06. Kingmaker
Dominated by the woodland known as the The Narlmarches and the rolling hills of the The Kamelands, this region is the closest to the southern borders of Rostland. Bandits are particularly rife in this area, and the rumors that they’ve organized under the banner of a secret bandit warlord. Other rumored problems in the region include mites, kobolds, malicious fey, and other dangerous monsters and wildlife.
To the north lie the increasingly civilized farmlands and villages of Rostland. There is little wilderness to explore in this direction.
The lands west of the Greenbelt slope gently away into a large and dangerous swampland known as Hooktongue Slough. This region is infested with tribes of boggards and lizardfolk, but also by dangerous monsters like hydras, nagas, creepy bug people, and worse. At the far side are the rugged hills of the Glenebon Uplands, no less safe with the presence of the barbarian tribes of the Tiger Lords.
East of the Greenbelt, the The Kamelands continue to rise, eventually becoming a legitimate mountain range known as the Tors of Levenies. These craggy peaks are dangerous as well, home to all manner of monsters, trolls, and worse—numerous ruins here hint that the Tors were once the home of a strange and towering race of giants. Beyond the tors lie the ragged steppes of Dunsward, claimed by a barbaric tribe of centaurs known as the Nomen. This region, known as the Nomen Heights,
The PCs’ charter does not ask them to explore all of the Greenbelt — merely the northern and less dangerous half of it. The southern Greenbelt becomes increasingly dangerous and hostile, with rumors of sinister fey, lumbering owlbears, lizardfolk tribes, and a particularly dangerous tribe of trolls.