From Dragon Eye Atlas
Imardu is surrounded by a vast and mysterious forest. It is a small, tight-knit community of loggers and foresters who have made their home among the towering trees and dense underbrush. The village is situated on a rugged and winding road that that connects the city of Mekezisi and the village of Lahad. The villagers of Imardu are fiercely independent and self-sufficient, living off the land and the resources of the forest. They are skilled in the art of logging and woodworking, and their hand-crafted wooden products are highly sought after by merchants and traders in the nearby area.
The village is not particularly welcoming to outsiders, as the villagers are protective of their land and way of life. They are known to be wary of strangers and may be suspicious of those who come to Imardu looking to exploit the resources of the forest. Despite this, the village has a small inn that caters to travelers who need a place to rest and resupply. The inn is rustic and simple, but it provides a safe haven for those who need it.
The village also has a small temple that serves as the spiritual center of the community. The villagers are deeply religious and the temple is a focal point of village life, providing a sense of community and connection to something greater than themselves.