Prepare for some dark and gloomy screenshots in which you won’t be able to see much. Not because I’m evil, but because that’s how the weather is up there. These are all taken from the areas in the north which I’ve been working really hard on recently. I will explain what the screenies contain to make their meaning clearer.
Say what you want, but this is probably the most impressive screenshot of Frontier to date. Here, I’m standing on a high mountain in the north looking south. Viewing this screenie, you can see exactly how large the continent is and witness the immense extent of the work I’ve already done. Everything below and southward has been hand-crafted and is ready, from here to Anvil Nova! The capital of Anvil Nova is actually located just beyond that valley in the middle of the picture. This very place will hold some sort of outlook for sure; a tower or something, so you can go there and witness this snowy, but really scenic view yourself. I’m proud of it.
This is the Heligmound, the Holy mountain, as seen from the eastern side. On top of the mountain, there will be some sort of great shrine, but it will also be heavily guarded by Nord warriors, since that shrine has a special place in their lore and religion. Heligmound sits right at the very centre of the continent of the Frontier, it’s right at its heart.
North East of the Heligmound, we find The Frozen Lake. I have areas undone beyond that lake, but these areas will hold the Easthaven Breton Kingdom which I plan to create later on when I have found the proper resources for it. I need fairy tale castles and other things.
This is Ghormak Pass, which provides a way between the eastern and western areas north of the Heligmound. The pass is historically a place where many bloody battles have been fought between the Orcs in the west and the Nords to the east. Recently, though, the Nords seem to have been pushing through and taken position on the other side of the pass. This has led to even bloodier and more intense fighting between the two Barbarian factions in the north.