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Lake Flathead is a large and handsome lake that lies underground, entirely within the caverns near the former location of the royal castle at Flatheadia. To the west of the lake lay the Royal Zoo; to the south was the Great Underground Desert, to the north was the Frobozz Philharmonic Orchestra Hall; and to the east was the Great Underground Savannah. The lake could be crossed via a magnificent royal vessel that never left that lake.

Largoneth Castle was built by Entharion the Wise back in the misty times at the dawn of the Kingdom of Quendor. It served as the capital of the kingdom for the duration of the Entharion Dynasty, up to 660 GUE. Located on the coast of Frobozz, at the western shore of the Great Sea, Largoneth is near the Lonely Mountain, a local village, and the Old Lingolf House. As it was the seat of power in Quendor for almost seven centuries, the Castle is full of items of historical interest. It has a remarkable library and portrait gallery, and it is magically connected to other parts of the kingdom. The dungeon at Largoneth was the holding place of the Unseen Terror for many years.

After the capital was moved to Egreth by King Duncanthrax in 660, Largoneth stood deserted for many years, until the evil warlock Krill assumed residence there. Krill and his minions planned to use Largoneth as a base from which to assume world control. During this period Krill made several structural changes in the castle and used magic to ruin its once-beautiful appearance. Krill's control over Largoneth ended in the tenth century, when a novice magician defeated at his stronghold in the castle.

Lenko Cavern is located in North-South City, somewhere in the Great Underground Empire.

The Lonely Mountain is a solitary peak to the west of Largoneth Castle. It is quite tall, and its summit often lies shrouded in low-hanging clouds. However, in olden days, mariners had named it Signal Mountain, for its odd glistening white peak reflected the pale moonlight, providing an unmistakable landmark on unclouded nights.

Longnir was once the Guildmaster of the Guild of Cartographers.

Lucksuckers feed on good fortune. Part physical entity, part mental phenomenon, the sucker's appearance is based on the laws of probability, and may change without warning. Good luck charms are the only effective weapons known to work against these creatures. Without several such charms, the best strategy is to run!

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