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This large forest spans much of the north central Anthenaeum. The trees here are tall and broad leafed. Though many aren't fruit baring there are some that bare green, red, pink, and even yellow fruits.
These beautiful plains from spring through early fall, are filled with brilliant golden prairie grasses. During summer you may be lucky and find a berry bramble bush. During winter these plains glimmer like the ground is made of diamond dust.
This massive lake covers much of the central plains of Anthenaeum, being the spill way for the Keasar river from the north, the waters here are crystal clear and beautiful. The water is so clear that it is possible to see the fish swimming until you reach the drop off where the lake darkens as light no longer reaches and the lake becomes an unknown. It is not known where the lake empties as there is no river leaving this massive lake.
These natural fresh warm water springs, are the product of water being slowly heated by a volcanic vent deep under ground. The water is from deep under ground well, the water slowly bubble up through a vent in the ground. The springs are beautiful and clear allowing one to see the beautiful turquoise stones that line these springs.
This river forms from a the run-off of Spavinaw springs, forming a wide shallow river at the beginning, begins to deep as it cuts down the center of Mendoza into the southern territories. Several miles upriver, the Konawa branches and heads towards the eastern territories of Mendoza.
This area of central Anthenaeum is rather dry and humid, the ground mostly dirt. This would be what is the dust bowl of Anthenaeum, the ground covered in spares grasses that fail to hold down the loose top soil in heavy rains, or during heavy wind storms that frequent this area. There are trees here though they are few and far between.