Estuary of the Forked Tongue

A great arm of the Sea of Silt that nearly slices through the Tyr Region, the Estuary of the Forked Tongue is home to dozens of small villages, trading posts, and nomad camps. This inlet reaches well over four hundred miles from the island of Waverly at its mouth to the trading town of Altaruk at the head of the northern arm; the city state of Balic sits near the midpoint of the Forked Tongue. The Estuary serves as a trade route for silt schooners out of Balic, and many of the villages and tribes here fall under the influence of the Balican merchant houses.

Travelers will have to face many dangers when traveling through the Estuary. There are many Giant Holds and Pirate Dens that dot the silty perimeter of the Estuary.

Estuary of the Forked Tongue

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