Like Gâthgykarkan to the west, Ibav (Ib."Silence") was a low, flat land located north of the Shay Bight. Much of its western reaches was covered by short, lush grasses, but the area was best known for its vast hardwood forests. Ibavin-speaking tribes lived throughout the area, which they considered their sacred homeland.



Berabilar Bleak Pass Buulmil Deánin Dhat Steppes Gulf of Ibav Gurabilar Imaldawath Karkan Lake Multana Nenyurist Pontym Mountains Salty Wetlands Shay Bight Seletor Sheshnoria Sittain Thirganay Hills Thiwara Wârwugan Waru Wugara

Settlements and points of interest

Dimwathbar Eratanth Gabiruru Ganaythawun Kanwalay Kheled-Zaram Lynahar Mâlthawun Mayirwalay Murthuyul Muathaya Niali Nibhikunth Perfumed Rose Thyamar Warthuyal Wugaweg Wukabaky Yangakar


  • the Wild Lands south and East, Gazetteer by Pete Fenlon
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