Pampero's Fields are named after the first stallion to populate the Linx Mountain Range with a healthy and successful herd. This cold arctic tundra reaches temperatures as low as -34 degrees Celcius! However, it is not without life: caribou, hares, various migratory birds, and even wolves make Pampero's Fields their home. It is advised that you never travel alone.
The name says it all! The Hot Springs are the savior of the North. Nestled at the northwestern base of the Linx Mountains, these natural hot springs can put life and warmth into even the coldest of bones. A thick forest protects the springs from the colder outside air, giving the atmosphere around them an almost sauna-like effect. Happy dipping!
The Linx Mountain Range occupies the northernmost parts of the Homeland. Snow falls thickly here during the winter and it is generally accepted that this area is cold all year round. It is one of the largest territories in the Homeland and certainly one of the most diverse, occupying an area that includes the frigid tundra, small coniferous forests, and the mountain range itself. The Linx are not for the faint of heart.