Siorrachd Inbhir Nis

Inverness, highlands of the southeast

Ruled by Vahnarh Righ. In the east, along the coast, but where the coast curves in sharply, so not where Hebridean ports are.

There are white waterways, broad, but wild with rocks that could dash siege engines to pieces were they entered in the rapids. The mountains are steep, but dotted with fair trees and long grass, and more rocks like the bones of old gods, or splintered blades from battles in the skies that rained. It does rain a lot there, but it comes as mist, not the drops it does here. Siorrachd Inbhir Nis, known for its beautiful rivers, is the castle seat. But that was maybe a day’s flight away.

The largest abbey to Hengest and Hersa in Armaugh is seated here, and Brother Eveny there is the one who swore in Abbot Cadfael of Worthing Keep.

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Ally to Riocht Siorrachd Inbhir Nis

Sheafollow, Knight of the Tower
Holdwyf un Guirmean
While not sworn to the service of Vahnarh Righ, or to Inverness, the tower of Sheafollow and its small hamlet are on friendly terms with the greater city. The closer one comes to this great keep, the more black alder and birch spotted the ground as outrunners and then in long rows of marching soldiers who overlooked boxwood battlements.

Siorrachd Inbhir Nis

Vanya and the Green Knight Nalga