Wall of Bone
The wall on the Northern border of Paregor that holds out the Shapeless Hordes. Built between 607 and 640 YP. the wall follows the path of the Darkfire River, which forms a natural barrier of its own, and stretches from Feoffmet in the east all the way to the Dragonspine mountains.
Not actually built with bone, of course, the wall was given its name by the famous Commander Neale of the Dragon Legion, who once shocked an assembly of respectable civic leaders by claiming that the wall had been built on the blood and bones of his men.