Hellhorn Pass

Located some 40 miles or so from Al Serine, Hellhorn Pass is the most direct route to the Gold Coast, but also the most perilous.
The road through the pass rises up a mile or so into the mountains and crossed a natural ridge between the peaks of Hull and Hurn, originally named after the two human mountaineers to reach the peaks but due to the unsavoury nature of the pass the past 100 years or so, the pass was given a new name by the locals.

The pass is a buffet to bandits and criminals, as well as the occasional goblin tribe that descend from Orn forest to the north. The side of both peaks are littered with small structures and buildings that those wishing to prey on travellers used for shelter during the downtime between raids.

Hellhorn Pass

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