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Grand Hills

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Grand Hills
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Large area in the northern center of the Island
Location
Deep Ocean Underwater The Eastern Plains The Southeast Shores The Western Plains Southeastern Shores The Gulch of Lamentation Northeast Shores The Northern Shore The Western Coast Cragg's Island Southern Jungle The Eastern Forest The Footpaw The Deep Island Dead Island Weathertop Far's Peak The Frozen Tooth Grand Hills The Red Peak The Writhing Swamps Drayo's Cove The Frozen Sea Whitesky Peak Underwater Cave The Frigid Plains Redwood Forests Winter's Mouth The Frozen Fang Volcanic Maw Ice Wyrm's Belly Lava Cave The Belly of the Beast The Descent The Frigid Deep The Frozen Maw The Shadow Road The Throat of Borea The Throat of Flame The Caverns of Lost Faith The Caverns of Lost Hope Cave Northern Shores Smuggler's Pass Southern Islets The Hidden Lake The Maw The Western Approach

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Located northern of Deep Island the Grand Hills are surrounded by the three tall mountains Whitesky Peak, Frozen Fang and Frozen Tooth and itself contains the largest mountain on the Island: the Volcano. To the east of the Volcano lies the Central Cave.

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The caldera (crater) of the Volcano contains a huge volume of stone and metal yielding rocks, with large crystal formations near the single entrance. Obsidian-bearing rocks can be found scattered along the upper sections of the trail leading up the mountain, as well as a few addition metal seams. Small, red, berry and fiber-yielding shrubs can also be found along the trail, but not in the caldera. There are also no trees in the caldera, and no more than five along the trail's length. However, there are extensive forests at lower altitudes in the Grand Hills.


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