Continent of Weilonde

The Continent of Weilonde is commonly depicted upon world maps as the western-most continent of the world. It has a healthy mix of climates, sporting tropical rainforests, grasslands, savannah, desert, and temperate rainforests. The rainfall and ecosystems of the continent highly vary region to region, but are markedly more arid than its eastern cousin, theĀ Continent of Etherionde. The continents grasslands and dry climates make livestock more prominent, and farming more difficult. Farther north, in temperate lands, heavy forests offer the worlds primary source of lumber.