Since the wildfire of some years ago an emerald green forest has sprung up along the Bloodhound Mountain, which is different from the rest of the Aslan Valley. Here the trees grow relatively low and there are a lot of bushes. In many places even the hard and dry soil can bee seen.
Even though the Bloodhound Mountain is goblin territory, according to barbarian legends it is a holy hill. They believe that a mighty spirit by the name of “Guard dog of the holy halls” watches over a sacred passageway. Settlers that arrived in later ages perverted the “Guard dog of the holy halls” into the “holy bloodhound”. For that simple reason newcomers think that a terrifying monster in dog guise haunts the hill and they call it Bloodhound Mountain accordingly.