Residing along a terraced hillside in northwestern Moorva, this quiet hamlet was once the home of a bustling monastery and large, sprawling orchard lands that supplied Liidhaga and larger settlements with fruit. With the coming of the Long Winter, depressed birthrates and less fertile soil have left Mahavhi a ghost town, populated by a gradually aging population that loathes to venture far from their residences, much less the town itself.

While much of the terraced land has fallen into neglect, a single orchard remains, as does a single distillery that produces blood orange liqueur. Above, the spire of the monastery rises over the ruins, casting a deep shadow over the aging hamlet.

Regions Moorva

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