Lake Aede

Lake Aede is a huge freshwater lake within the kingdom of Galefridus that feeds many surrounding settlements with its abundant fish. It is well known for its sharkfin trout, reputed to be the known world's largest trout.

Geography

It is located south of Brushmoor and Crestburgh, east of the Thornwood and Woodbury, and north of Brookborough.

Notes

  • Local legends claim that an enormous sharkfin trout lives by the south-western isles.
  • The lake is quite large, approximately 100 miles along each side, if not more.
  • With the Gavric War of Restitution progressing, Galefridus may now control less of the shoreline than Gavriel.