The Great Plains are a dry semi-desert that dominates the middle of the Eastern Southern Continent. The Northern Coast of the Plains, on the foot of the Serme Mountains is a hoodoo formation called the Pillar Mountains, and is mostly inhabited by the hunter-gathering Caač people. The most of the plain is inhabited by nomad tribes of hunters and merchants, that also frequently wage war with the cities of the Eastern coast. The deer that they breed are world famous. They have dozens of different breeds of animals for different fur quality and colour.