The village of Whitecliff is named for the cliff that rises across the river it sits next to. It’s home to a small group of people of various races all of whom were stolen from other worlds. The village consists of a temple and the ruins of some wooden buildings.
It sits on the banks of a large river. Across the river is a 20m cliff. The cliff runs along the river in both directions for at least half-a-day’s walk. On the non-cliff side of the river, a forest starts about a half-hour’s walk upstream whilst downstream is gently rolling plains as far as the eye can see. On the cliffside, the cliffs are the start of a range of hills that give way to tall, snow-capped mountains in the distance.
The longest-surviving villagers have not yet seen out a year in Whitecliff, but the six months they’ve been here so far have suggested a temperate climate. They’ve survived mostly on fishing supplemented by hunting and gathering.