Mimiravair, Wheat and Wine Country
Historically the region of Mimiravair was dominated by two main villages, Ravair to the north on the road to Freke and Mimira in the south on the road to Mimer. Each of the villages had their fair share of trade traffic as all land travellers to the peninsula passed through the region. Each village also had its distinct flair with Ravair surrounded by orchards of native olives and figs and the occasional vineyard of grapes to produce local wine; and Mimira an island in a sea of golden fields of wheat and other grains. From the wheats and grains procured from its field, Mimira produces it's famous Mimiran Maddening Beer Much of the border regions are considered wildlands with smaller fishing villages occupy the coasts and hunting lodges and small hamlets of woodsman dotting the tree line of Eisenik.
Year round, pilgrims pass through Mimiravair on their journey to Mimer. At the fork in the road from Eisenik, it is said that the three blood stars can be seen hanging over the city of Mimer in the twilight sky. Following the blood stars the travellers are lead west to Mimer rather than north to the city of Freke.