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The Shrike Hills are named after the Shrike River, winding along them, which, in turn, got its name from the numerous flocks of birds that nest along its length. Deep and affluent, it could have made a great trade route if not for its numerous and deadly rapids. The hills are equally deceptive — green and lush, they shelter countless monsters and bandits.