A large desolate region of thick mud, stagnant pools, swamp reeds, moss covered trees and cold mist that hangs endlessly in the air. The region is located in the southern stretch of the Northern Tusks, east of Gaurin's Pass. The region is approximately 150 kilometers long by 80 kilometers wide. Tree stumps rise out of the mud breaking the monotonous horizon. The Janida Mud Flats are home to several unique creatures - the ookaran mud fish which strains microscopic food from the mud, gripper moss, a dark green moss which grows on stumps and trees, a variety of swamp reeds, the Janidan fur frog, a fur covered frog of abnormally large size and a 12 foot mud snake which feeds on the fish and toads.
This website was last updated January 6, 2018. Copyright 1990-2018 David M. Roomes.