Brigard Fact #71

The steep cliffs and rolling foothills in northwestern Brigard are home to herds of llama-like animals. These animals are semi-domesticated, coming down to lower elevations during the summer months to stay with ranchers and shepherds. During this time, their wool is sheared and spun into yarn, which is famous for its softness and warmth. Socks made of this wool are especially popular and tend to be quite expensive outside of the region they are produced.

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