Nascot is a small rural region with 1542 sq.miles located in the central area of the East Island. The Villa is built on the southern bank of the Bescanon River, set in a valley, between the river and the steep mountainside of the Akesh Mountains.
There is a granary, lumber mill, tavern, stables, general goods store, and vegetable gardens. The Villa is largely self-sufficient, growing its own vegetables as well as hunting and fishing for meat.
Trade is made through the granary and goods store, and what cannot be found locally or bought from travelers passing through may be bought from the Akesh Temple Marketplace. The village is sometimes patrolled by militia, and it is largely defenseless.
The Bescanon River, on which Nascot Villa is built, is full of salmon and leads to Bescanon after a series of rapids and falls. These fish are sought after by the area's hunters, and can be used for food or sold for gold. Salmon leaping up falls also have salmon roe, a valuable alchemy ingredient.