This dense forest is a mix of hardwoods, softwoods, and deciduous trees. Beneath the forest canopy, a thick bramble grows, making any passage through the wood an arduous task. To the west, this forest gives way to the Thatchwork Hills, and the forest itself is almost impassable where the hills and woods meet.
In the northwest portion of the forest, the Dogtree Brook carves a winding path up to the Churnwash. Farmers drive their pigs to this brook for the lush crop of acorns-like seeds that are dropped by the dogtree, a water-loving scrub oak. To the east, the Veldcut River marks the boundary between the Tanglewood and the Blessingwood.
More to come.