Half breeds and a Human
Giant Peak Mountains
“And as the world serpent died, its spines still stabbed the skies and water poured out, filling the sea. With no water left the air rushed across its back, whipping eternally down through the mountains and onto the plains.” Excerpt for the Talim Story of Creation
The northern borders of many places, the giant peak mountains stretch from east to west coasts and continue into chains of islands until the sea swallows them up. Named aptly for their size and inhabitants, the mountains are avoided by most and called home in mass by only a few races. While they are wild now, legend says that at one time the mountains were teaming with civilizations, those brave enough to search find ruins attesting to these claims.