Leadership: Salvia Eternity, Lokr Revlis Quick Links: Ranks, Website, Wiki, Joining? Salsola's small claim is neatly tucked into an isolated peninsula jutting from Drifter Bay. Surrounded by the Bay of Fundy, the pack enjoys coastal terrain and inland grass plains. The pack utilizes the Pictou River as its eastern edge, preferring to keep its borders well-patrolled and free of all outsiders. A thick swath of pine and deciduous forest surrounds both the Millstone Village and the western coast.
Leadership: Izrian Firebringer Quick Links: Ranks, Website, Wiki, Joining? Vinátta staked its claim over a large and picturesque stretch of the Wabanaki Coast. Their territory spans four main quadrants: the Grand Lake shore, the Commune of the Salmon forests, the rocky coastline, and the city of Amherst. Jordheim, Vinátta's den village of iconic hill houses, lays nestled in the heart of the aromatic pine forests. The Sacred Grove of trees at the center of their land is an important cultural landmark, with the towering white walnut tree an important symbol unifying those who worship the Norse gods.
Leadership: Lucille, August Cormier, Milos Parhelion Quick Links: Ranks, Website, Wiki, Joining? The most prominent part of Krokar territory are the rivers, which are generally slow-moving and placid. The packlands are shaped around them, extending to the north to include a pair of lakes. The territory is otherwise a mixture of forests and fields, flatlands and mountain foothills, with swamplands to the east. Human touches can still be seen in the Ruins of Tog (Elsipogtog), where buildings still stand, but are unlivable and nature has begun to reclaim their farms.
Leadership: Nivosus Moineau, Skana Creo Quick Links: Ranks, Website, Wiki, Joining? A combination of human relics and wild nature, the small town of Bathurst and it's surrounding areas have been claimed by the pack Sapient, with many finding shelter within the ruined buildings, shops and the large estate. Within the depth of these claimed land lies a complete array of territories, from derelict shipyards, to rolling hills and thick forests that contrasts the more industrial areas, finding a semblance of balance between the two.