Ushanni Verdance

The Ushanni Verdance, or Southern Verdance, is a the grassy landscape extending from the south bank of the Flos River all the way down to the Barere Mountain Range.   While the Ushanni Verdance is primarily a wild, natural grassland, the extensive Ushanni activity surrounding their settlements along the Flos has converted the south bank into primarily tidy farm and pasture land.   Ecology   Grasses, sedge, rush, legumes, herbs   Ponca (species Working Cats are bred from), grazing/herd animals, furrens, prairie dogs, horses, prairie chickens, Ferruginous Hawks, burrowing owls, Rain Cranes   Grass imps

Cover image: by Alicyn


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