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Falcon Pass

The road out of Solan is pleasant at first, though it soon turns trecherous. The road narrows, and winds endlessly as it ascends the mountain. The mountain itself is immense, with a large stone outcropping for a peak that is hooked almost like a raptor's, thus the name. The forest closes in on the road, making it an excellent place for an ambush, though the occasional meadow is available. About halfway up the mountain, surprisingly, a white marble tower is visible, rising up from a small plateau on Karatha Mountain. The tower rises several stories and looks to be able to hold hundreds, at least. The Tower of I'del Ren. Because the Mage Tower is located along this route, many fear to travel it, but this Tower presents little to fear. Do you enter it, or continue on? The road continues winding, eventually finding a break in the peaks, where it abruptly descends. The way from there into Dal'Karath is short.

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