|Names||Skund Forest, dark forest, stand of trees|
|Aggressive npcs||bears, wolves|
The short description of the room is "dark forest".
On the map, it is referred to as "Skund Forest" or nothing.
In the part of the long description of a terrain room that describes which terrains are nearby, it shows up as "Skund Forest" or nothing when seen from the same terrain, and "Skund Forest" when seen from a different terrain. It shows up as "a stand of trees" in the short description of a different terrain type nearby (as in, "edge of plains near a stand of trees").
In the spring, temperatures range from at least ___ to ___ at night, and ___ to ___ during the day. The weather is ___.
In the summer, temperatures range from at least cool to ___ at night, and very warm to reasonably hot during the day. The weather is ___.
In the autumn, temperatures range from at least ___ to ___ at night, and ___ to ___ during the day. The weather is ___.
The following npcs are found in this terrain:
- Bears: Brown bears, black bears, and grizzlies
- Deer: Does, fawns, and bucks
- Red Foxes: vixens and dog foxes
- Song thrushes
- Red squirrels
- Weeping willows
- Wolves in packs and singly
Of those, wolves are always aggressive when in packs, and bears are sometimes aggressive.
Birds other than owls are diurnal and disappear during the night.
Skund forest is surrounded by normal forest on the south and west, the Carrack Mountains on the north, and plains all around. The edge of Skund Forest lies between it and (at least some) other terrains.
You can trip and fall when moving between rooms in Skund Forest:
Your foot gets caught in thick, tall undergrowth and you lose your balance, falling inelegantly.
A wolf trail runs through it, and has far more wolves than usual.