Britannia is a beautiful land, albeit often aggressive, contentious, and perilous, but not always. Here, Thranduil Graywolf and I admire a lovely waterfall southwest of Trinsic. My horse, Hwesta enjoyed this idyllic setting.
The large cities of Britannia sometimes become embroiled in political turmoil. We elves generally don't meddle in human affairs, but at times our interests dictate a presence, such as when Calandryll declared freedom for the city of Trinsic from the rule of Lord British. Thrand Graywolf, Ged of the Guardians of Yew, and I watched from the northeast corner of the town square.
Britannia holds several dark, evil dungeons, filled with monsters and treasure. Here, I battled earth elementals in Shame Dungeon.
Hythloth Dungeon, the hellish lair of fiery creatures, contains terrors such as daemons.
I ventured to Ice Dungeon in the lost lands -- a long-hidden continent that was found near Britannia -- and fought frost trolls, amongst other icy foes.
Terathan Keep is home to the drider-like spider creatures of the lost lands. Here, I fought a Terathan warrior with the aid of a summoned fire elemental.
Deeper inside Terathan Dungeon, the elven mage Lightheart (also known as Strick in Neverwinter) showed me the secret passage to the mystic Star Chamber.
Another time, the elven high mage Laerithil joined me to battle Ophidians, the snake creatures of the lost lands.
Through tailoring, I earned enough gold coins to buy a large ship, which I named Ranashae ... Ocean Wanderer. Here, I sailed to the Serpent Pillar in the sea southwest of Ocllo, which is a gateway to the lost lands.