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Hilly area of the Greenbelt
The Kamelands lie along the eastern edge of the Greenbelt. Characterized by rolling hills of brown and yellow, the landscape is notable for its many rocky mounds known as kames. The kames together form great, strange patterns, suggesting waymarkers, barrows, and long-destroyed walls and foundations.
Very few animals live in the Kamelands — its rare occupants include rodents, snakes, foxes, hares, and wolves. Horses of the region are much valued (and highly expensive) for their strength, speed, and sure-footedness.
Bandits aren’t the only things in the Kamelands that cause trouble—there’s a tribe of kobolds and a tribe of mites living somewhere in the hills too. They aren’t as much trouble as the bandits, but their presence certainly makes the idea of settling the land less attractive.