Forests

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Forests on the world of Eamon are the setting of many Eamon adventures. Due to the diversity of contributors to the Eamon library, descriptions are not always consistent, and a majority of forests appear only in single adventures. This page lists the named forests and woodlands that have appeared in, or been described in, published sources.

Unless otherwise specified, distances and directions are from Evenhold.

Feature Description Source(s)
Beginner's Forest Training area for new adventurers west of the Main Hall with a vine-covered arch at its entrance. A river flows south and east through the forest. The Beginner's Forest
Darkwoods Large and dangerous forest in the province of Baronia, nine days away. Expedition to the Darkwoods
Dead Forest Dense, dark forest east of the Shadow Mountains. The Treachery of Zorag
Enchanted Woods of Calphante Some in the Main Hall say there is no escape from the forest. Orb of My Life
Carnivorous Forest Dangerous area in "a remote part of Eamon"; a source of quality oak. The Caves of Treasure Island
Cynwood Forest just northeast of Evenhold through which runs the Great East Road. Cynwood is popular for hunting but is unsafe for solitary travelers and is the site of secret religious rites. Eamon Gazetteer
Forest of Eldarr Forest that lies just beyond the Dungeons of Xenon. The Dungeons of Xenon
Dark Forest of Ewing Attack of the Kretons
Haunted Apple Grove Just west of the road to the Beginners Cave, near the site of the old Main Hall. The Waiting Room
Marewood Forest Wooded area that lies "a few miles outside of town". The town of Sloborough, which at one point disappears due to the machinations of the Mole Man, is in or near Marewood. Caverns and tunnels lie beneath the forest, possibly including those in The Devil's Dungeon.. Assault on the Mole Man
Revenge of the Mole Man
Tulgey Wood Near the Main Hall. The Manxome Foe