Campaign of the Month: July 2016
The Mist Grove has a slight morning mist that never rises any higher than ankle level that slowly wafts across the forest floor, apparently one of the reasons for the name of the area.
The forest floor is mainly covered in old leaves and branches, with moss and the occasional flowering plant dotting the landscape.
The Mist Grove is a mixture of towering emerald oaks, and a few sage trees, sage trees becoming more prevalent the farther east one travels.
The edges of the Mist Grove are a tangled mess of vines and thorns that extend nearly 300 feet into the forest. Some of the vines and thorns reach into the tops of the oak and sage trees, and weave their way across the entire forest.