A Shear Cliff Face - Midday

You approach the wall of rock and crane your neck upward. The higher you look, the more the suns rays explode across your vision. It is too bright to see much of anything. At the foot of the rock face is a broken fishing rod.

The fishing rod is made from a thin, flexible wood and appears to have been broken in a fall from a great height. The line seems to have snapped, as it is nowhere to be found. Nearby you find the smashed remains of a metal lantern. Tied around what remains of the handle is a short length of fishing wire. Both the pole and the lantern are beyond repair.

To the East is a Windswept Hill. To the North is a Frozen Lake. To the South is a Grassy Field.

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Continue to stare upward

Go East

Go North

Go South

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