The Vale was named for its first ruler, Lord Roy vis Bretagne. The Vale abounds with apple orchards, peasants’ fields and pastures. A sprawling pine forest covers the southern end, serving as a place of meditation for the lord’s family. Port Bretteau sits at a natural harbor. Like much of western Zarubain, rain is near constant and the weather is consistently mild.
- Port Bretteau: A city on the sea. Pop. 2,000.
- Zarubad: A bustling metropolis, the largest city in the Northern World.
- Silver Woods: A moss-covered pine forest, dotted with statues and memorials. A place of meditation for the House Bretagne.