Ghost Roads
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Deep in the interior of the Far Coast, especially among its mountainous western stretches, explorers have found long stretches of roads carved into the mountainsides. These were not intended for wagons, as the vanished natives didn't seem to have those. Nevertheless, the extent of these roads is staggering, and it is likely that hundreds, or even thousands of miles of these paths remain undiscovered. They are named "ghost roads" because explorers (especially among the colonists from the Last Ocean island cultures who have settled the western shores of the continent) have frequently claimed to see glimpses of human inhabitants - but as soon as they came closer, these "ghost people" vanished again. However, many explorers who travel along these paths fail to return at all.

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