The Druidic Sanctuary is an unknown and vast collaboration of environments that could only be otherwise found on different ends of the world, but somehow seemingly mingle all together at once. The primary of the Druidic Sanctuary makes up a forest that a large amount of Druids and nature worshipers have called home for as long as anyone there can remember. The Sanctuary stretches for hundreds of miles in any given direction and for the most part is fairly well uncharted. Two of the least known regions are the swamp to the north-western end of the
Sanctuary. A large amount of Lizardfolk have claimed ownership to this area and care very little for outsiders. They have been seen as barbaric primarily, by the Druids, but powerful barbarians none the less, so confrontation with them is cautioned against. The other uncharted region is the northern
most area of the Sanctuary which is an arctic zone. The temperature there is almost always well below freezing and this has been a natural deterrent for all travelers.
The only way to the Druidic Sanctuary is a small, almost invisible archway, that when known about, allows access via portal to the Sanctuary. It lies north of Thesis in the woods about 2 hours travel from the northern most point of Thesis. The archway consists simply of tree branches that have interwoven. To the untrained eye, it looks like nothing more then nature growing as it wishes. For those who know however; it gains them access to one of the most vast regions of unfettered nature ever seen.
The Druids and nature worshipers that call the place home have separated into two distinctions when it comes to governmental aspects when it comes to community interests. The first of which holds to the ideal of communing with nature, but not directly. They wish to never harm, or to interact with nature, allowing it to grow as it sees fit. An ideal of Obad-Hai that is says nature should never be contained. The other side wishes to interact with nature freely, live along side with it, and use it as much as possible to become close to it. These two different interests has created a schism on the what to do about the ever increasing populace. As children are born and people make their way to the sanctuary houses are becoming more and more cramped.