Brigard Fact #91

The central portion of the Sawtooth Mountains is swept with heavy rainfall for much of the spring and autumn. Because of this, a massive forest has grown along its slopes, untouched by humans for – as far as Brigardine historians are concerned – all of history. This forest’s canopy blocks out most sunlight, causing the animals that live within its borders to have grown adapted to hunting in little light.

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