The Northern wilderness of Mierodrann is, in many ways, every bit the harsh and inhospitable land that popular opinion among the southlanders makes it out to be. Despite this fact, there remain many habitable regions within the north, and climate may vary greatly from one place to the next. Indeed, Mierodrans is home to many among the creatures of Eriond of Eriond.
Just beneath the border of Mierodrann, east of the Atrowan Heights and northwest of Vindovier dwells Tindor, a forest of hardwoods guarded by wood elves. Near the Southern borders of Mierodoth flows the river Dantalig, whose fountainhead springs from deep within the Hamodrans. On either shore of the great river lies Etobran, the northernmost city of Vindovier. Etobran is located within a stretch of grassy rolling highlands known at the Downs of Edigroth. The Downs lie along the Dantalig River and extend northward as far as the mighty Hammodrans and the wetlands that lie east of them. An ancient road known as the Kings Highway extends from the southlands of Vindovier through the Downs and ends at the base of the Hammodrans. Along this road lie several towns and small cities. Carved within the foothills of the Hammodrans, is Igladon, the largest city of the Northern lands. Resting at the base of the Hamodrans is the human kingdom of Caldoranth. East of the Hammodrans lay the fenlands of Aduthal and the marshes of Edalberith. Just east of the wetlands are the last and the greatest of the Hammodran Alps, Mt. Glorimar and Mt. Amadan. At the base of Mt Gloremar abides the Dwarven Halls of Duroth. Deep within Mt. Amadon lay the ruins of the Dwarven Halls of MierEgrith. To the south of these great mountains is the Glendor Wood, which spans south until it reaches the Dantalig River. Several small villages and outposts may be found within clearings of the forest. To the east of Mt. Amadon is the Andreth Forest, which runs northwest until ending a the Thengloran Waists. Beyond the Hammodrans lies a wasteland of barren tundra and permafrost known as the Thengloran Waists that precious few have ventured to set foot upon. What lies beyond this none can say.