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Umbral Wildwood
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Information
To the west of the Heartlands lies a vast hinterland that remained largely untouched before the Great Wars. As resources dwindled in the north, the dense frontier of the Umbral Wildwood began to be harvested for lumber. The river that flows through the center of the region provides a perfect way to transport lumber to the north. As such, this abundant source of timber and resources has since fueled the war machine on both fronts, but at what cost?
In-game description

Umbral Wildwood is a heavily wooded map, characterized by its open fields bordering an immense forest.

History

The map was added in Update 0.0.24.

In Update 0.20, the already on other maps existing Observation Towers and the new structure Safehouses have been implemented to this map.

A Huge Map rework has been done with Update 0.26. Towns like Dredgefort, Thunderfoot and Borderwatch have been removed entirely. New structures like the Oil Well have been added.

In Update 0.29, Border Forts has been removed and been repurposed as Zone Bases.

In Update 0.41, much of the Bulwark has been rerouted to west and north of the map, following alongside the "Great March" to the west side of The Gap. Goldenroot Ranch has been converted into a Relic Base. Thunderfoot is now a town (includes a Seaport). Thunder Row relic base has been retired.

Map

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Named Locations in Umbral Wildwood[1]

  • Adze Crossroads
  • Amethyst
  • Atropos' Fate
  • Clotho's Refuge
  • Dredgefield
  • The Dredgewood
  • The Foundry
  • The Frontier
  • The Gap
  • Golden Concourse
  • GoldenRoot Ranch
  • Hermit's Rest
  • Lachesis' Tally
  • Leatherback Pathway
  • Sentry
  • Steely Fields
  • The Strands
  • Stray
  • Terrapin Woods
  • Thunder Row
  • Thunderfoot
  • Vagrant Bastion
  • Wasting Holt
  • Weaver's Trail
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  1. "Foxhole Stats." https://foxholestats.com/ Accessed 5 Oct. 2019.
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