Ignozahub Geographic Location in The Kaleidoscope System | World Anvil


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A fertile region south of Western Redo-Iv.


Defining Features

The region is characterized by gently sloping granite hills near the outskirts of the central Ralenlos massif. Flowing between these hills and the mountains, the Zalzahub river makes a U-turn on its way to the Zugzaspo sea. This has the advantage that Ignozahub is largely surrounded by water.

Fauna & Flora


The mineral-rich water from the Zalzahub river serves as a valuable fertilizer for the plantlife in this area. Many species with colorful flowers and fruits can be found here, which in turn provide a rich feeding ground for the local wildlife. Being relatively close to the center of Mustik Hamesi, the area is also rather sheltered from the intense radiation during the Heat Season, allowing life to flourish throughout the seasons.  

Plant Species

Broadleaf species include the goliztusi, various palms and shrubbery blossoming in various colors. Many plants bear fruits that are popular among both the Rilsu and the local wildlife.  

Mushroom Species

The kimpanumi is only found in this oasis and counts as a delicacy all over Ranul. It is a main ingredient in the traditional beverage served during the Eighth Year Celebration. Another notable species is the pehokimsi, a type of mushroom that grows large amounts of caps from an enormous, trunk-like stalk.  

Insect Species

The abundance of blossoms in this area attracts many nectar-harvesting insects. The most prominent species include dedekik, butterflies like lemlisi, lemopasi and lemfirisi, and beetles such as govublu. These, in turn attract predatory insects such as zalruzespa, indunus or aforersi.  

Reptilian Species

The area is home to several kinds of small and medium-sized reptiles. Examples for herbivores are the tree-dwelling lebelomi and lebdolesi, or the tiny ubluleba who tend to appear in large swarms. Carnivore species include monitors like the saw-toothed nebsendisi, or snakes like the color-changing umolindo.

Size of the Region
ca. 200 km by 120 km

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Cover image: by Kathrin Janowski


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