|Blood and Wine|
|Southwest of Lac Célavy, Gorgon Foothills|
This outpost is infested with harpies.
Map description[edit | edit source]
- The second most popularly cultivated plant in Toussaint – the first being the grapevine, of course – is the olive tree. It is mainly grown for its olives, which are pressed for their oil, but is also prized among woodcarvers. The unquestionably most cherished tree in the region, however, is the Beauclair oak, which is used in the making of wine barrels. And the most important place in Toussaint for the processing of this tree is the Rioux-Cannes woodcutters' outpost.
Items of note[edit | edit source]
- Samuel Eide's notes, on roof next to harpy's nest.