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Mithril Peak

Mountain to the Heavens

Against the dark of the night sky, one can always find the tallest peak of the Spine of Kallex tucked under the Dragon's tail of Blazing Mithril. It stands out against the skyline, bathed in the bright light of Mithril Major and Mithril Minor, as the face of the Dragon smiles down upon the peak. This is the ancestral home of the Mithril Dragons, at least as far as the myths say. No one has seen these Dragons atop the peak in decades, but the myths still abound.  
Above the others, the peak shines down, the glow of the astral dragons alight with their memories and their will.
— Unknown
  In the daylight, Mithril Peak shines like the opalescent scales of the Mithril Dragons, glowing against the dark backdrop of the dark Dragon Pines that coat the Spine like a thick fur coat. The trees and plants here glow a shining silver, far from the deep colors that are so typical of this flora. Against the rest of the rugged Spine, Mithril Peak looks like an oasis.   Other than the shining color, Mithril Peak is no different than the Spine of Kallex. Animals roam free while the trees and plants grow as thick as a wolf's coat. In the winter, snow does little to hinder this movement or growth, but the glimmering peak shines brighter, a glittering diamond against the white blanket of snow.  
Mithril Peak
Often in the winter months, the top of Mithril Peak is shrouded in a thick fog. Above that layer of fog, one can view Mithril Major, Mithril Minor, and their constellations while seeming to float in the sky.


The Spine of Kallex is known across the Northern Continent for its varied and amazing geography. The range is home to the highest peaks on the continent of Vóreios, beautiful canyons carved by two major rivers that cut across the range in the northern and southern portions, and endless valleys that stretching between the reaching peaks. These features often span miles, giving the range a larger than life look that is often associated with the Dragon god Kallex. Mithril Peak, considered one of the Spikes of Kallex, is the tallest mountain in the range.   Mithril Peak is located in the northern portion of the Spine of Kallex, roughly one hundred miles south of the valley known as the "Metallic Council". This peak ascends far beyond the others of the Spine of Kallex, reaching an elevation of nearly 16,000 feet. Nestled between others of the Spikes of Kallex, Mithril Peak looks very similiar to the others in the range, outside of its extremely unique coloring.

Localized Phenomena

It is unsure why Mithril Peak has its opalescent color, but this coloring is localized strictly to the upper reaches of this mountain, marking it as an anomaly against the other darker colors of the range. Many believe the coloring is from the blessing of the Mithril Dragons as many believe Mithril Peak to be where the barrier between the astral plane and the material plane is the thinnest. Here, it is believed that one can converse with astral Dragons just by looking up at the constellation Blazing Mithril.

Fauna & Flora

Lower elevations of Mithril Peak are home to a variety of flora and fauna that are common elsewhere in the Spine of Kallex and the Elven Forest. As elevations reach the colder points of the peak, many flora and fauna thin, leaving only a few different varieties. Any elevations above the cloud cover are assumed to be sacred to the Mithril Dragons and very few of the species of the mountain enter this space.   Closer to the base of the mountain, it is common to find Aelinor Elk roaming the grasslands and thinner forests here, although they do tend to stay in lower elevations that are closest to the Elven Forest. Rarely, one may see an Aelinor Elk at elevations above 8000 feet in this area, but often times they tend to stay below 7000 feet.   Aelinor Oaks are also common in this area, but at lower elevations that are often hidden by the lower valleys of the surrounding mountains. These trees are more common in the areas closer to the Elven Forest, but are quickly replaced with the much hearty Dragon Pines in higher elevations.   Wolves and other animals found elsewhere are common in the lower elevations of Mithril Peak, but creatures such as Giant Alpaca and Giant Goats that can handle the colder temperatures thrive in the higher elevations of the alpine zone. These creatures roam in the areas where the Dragon Pines become prevalent, but below where the cloud line is.
Alternative Name(s)
Astral Peak
Mountain / Hill
Location under
Related Myths
15,739 ft.


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5 Aug, 2021 20:32

Wow, I bet that the peak is beautiful to look at with the way it glimmers and shines. I also really like the note that it kind of lines up with a constellation. That's a nice touch.

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