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'''Gjalerhorn''' is the mountain to the west of [[Frostblade Peak]] in the [[Howling Fjord]]. [[Gjalerbron]] and [[Rivenwood]] are at its southern base, the border with [[Grizzly Hills]] to its north. There is an entrance into the mountain at {{coords|43.2|10.6|Howling Fjord}}
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'''Gjalerhorn''' is the mountain to the west of [[Frostblade Peak]] in the [[Howling Fjord]]. It is home to a mining operation controlled by [[snobold]]s. [[Gjalerbron]] and [[Rivenwood]] are at its southern base, the border with [[Grizzly Hills]] to its north. There is an entrance into the mountain at {{coords|43.2|10.6|Howling Fjord}}
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
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Latest revision as of 22:22, May 27, 2011

Not to be confused with Gjalerbron.
Gjalerhorn

Gjalerhorn

Gjalerhorn is the mountain to the west of Frostblade Peak in the Howling Fjord. It is home to a mining operation controlled by snobolds. Gjalerbron and Rivenwood are at its southern base, the border with Grizzly Hills to its north. There is an entrance into the mountain at [43.2, 10.6]

Trivia Edit

  • In Norse myth, Gjallarhorn is the "ringing horn" with which the gatekeeper god, Heimdallr, announces Ragnarök.
  • At the peak of the mountain, the wreckage of what appears to be a rocket-powered vehicle is half-buried in the snow, surrounded by several gnome-sized skeletons along with empty bottles and fish skeletons, presumably the crew's last meal before dying of exposure and starvation.

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