Gedraaide Berg is a twisting and turning landscape north of Skilpaddeberg and Mal-Stram. The shift in landscape was from the initial shock from the explosion. The mysterious aurora that emerged from Mal Stram now flows through the land resulting in gravity shifting as the land twists. Several parts of this region do not see natural daylight for months at a time, the light emitted from the aurora has been the only source of light in those cases. Many villages here rely on the power from the aurora. The mountain peaks are the most popular location for the cities to be built since they are closest to the power within the aurora.
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