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Ruins of the Broken Landsby Robin
There are some remains of architecture of Blacmoor, Carnifex, Grondheim, and even Elves in the maps already;
Bugburbia; Bargazhi and Trammelant both originally Elven structures from the Realm of Aengmor.
High Gobliny; Fort Akkrass, It is assumed to have been the ancient city of the legendary Troll Queen, heavily overbuild, but still much can be discovered.
High Gobliny;Plateaux of Zyrd. Remanant if the Earlir culture of Gobbleton and another unknown racial legacy.
High Gobliny; The Skull of the Dragon King. this relates back to the Dragon Lord chronicles.
The Mucks; There is an ancient ruined town here from the Blackmoor era, its name forgotten in time, marked with a orange dot.
The Mucks; Gorff. The remains of a Orcish Fishermen villasge from 2300 BC
The Mucks, Yellow Orkia, The Wet Vale (Valleyy NW Dwarfgate Mountains), Ethengar; The Vessel of Steel, Vessel Ruins all date from the Blackmoor era. in the real world, there came a change in water vessels upon the discovery to create ships of steel. These, often much larger and offering much more space, vessels rapidly replaced the wooden vessels. Engines running on different kinds of fuel, powered these vessels, most popular amongst others was Radiance magic. But when Blackmoor was destroyed in the Great Rain of Fire, there was no more energy produced. All engines exploded in the blast, and the few vessels that drove on petrol fuels, stopped working as soon as their fuel ran out.
The Vessel of Steel in the Mucks is an example of a Radiance vessel.
The Mucks; The Fairy Stones This is from the Early Grondheim era or even before, when fairies settled around Anur/Grondheim Lake
The Mucks; The Troll Houses; These Domes constructions were actually housings for sentient water creatures from the Blackmoor era.
The Mucks: The Giant Head There was a time when this region was under the Rule of the Grondheim Giants. These had settled themselves in the Colossus and Dwarfgate mountains around 2300 BC.
Why they disappeared is to debate, but one of their Storm Giant warriors waded through the Lake Grondheim, when the Troll Queen decided he was an invader. She called forth her charmed Medusa, removed her helmet, and sent her in the swamp. Indeed the two did meet, and battle and it soon became clear that even the Storm Giant was no match for the petrifying powers of the Medusa. Up to this day, his stone body stands within the muck, washed over by the flooded lake, sunk partially within the bottom.
The Collapsed Mountains (between Gnollistan & Dwarfgate Mountains) Hold the Stanted City of Khareth (a carnivex Ruin)
Hills of Careanna, (between Yellow Orkia & Dwarfgate); Hold the Obelisk... a part of the Blackmoor transit system
North of Dwarfgate; Sunland; Blackmoor city Ruins
Trollhattan NE, 1st waterfall, an old statue of the Trollqueen
Glantri; SW of Camp Huledain, N of Fort Monteleone, Darokin W of Arvangel (along Streel River) all ancient settlement Ruins from New Blackmoor
Gnollistan, Comback Inn; Blackmoor artifact
Vesubian River; Tomb of Karaash; an Old Elven Temple
Stone Giantseveral old marks of the past are found between Gnollistan and Dwarfgate south of Yellow Orkia.
Thus according to all info we also have; Gnollistan holds Nithian Style Structures, and some Dwarven influences or structures. The Nithian Structures were thus created by Nithian Followers of Horon (a Lawful Immortal) hence organized, and regular.
Like the Old Necropolis, The Black Pyramid and the Nithian Style villages. The chaotic New Necropolis would thus be Gnoll made. The Gnoll Kings Tomb, was probably intended for the Nithian King but they dissapeared before, and thus was used by the Gnolls instead.
All are to be found on the surface map thus far.
I would add the Sable Tower of doom also to this list, I suggest an early elven magical tower (crystaline growth), that was shrunk and reactivated by Deimos
Troglodytes erected more instable structures and together with the geological changes most other sources from any origin have long be eroded, plundered, looted, overgrown by nature or covered in magma, dust, or fallen rocks.