t's said that the further north someone travels, the less likely they will return. While there are people who live in Boreus, they are few and tend to stay close to the borders. The weather is harsh there, especially in winter, and storms can form with little warning. What wildlife exists there also tends to be deadly, and not particularly concerned about the dangers posed by a few wandering humans. Despite these dangers, every few years someone will form an expedition to explore the far north, drawn by the mystery of the unknown. Boreus does have its attractions, including the great glacier sheets that cover so much of it, and the dancing colored lights which often paint the sky during the months-long winter night.