A fading village on the Eastern shore of the river between the river and the Slumber Hills. It was once a promising endeavor as the Slumber Hills turned out to be a rich deposit of ore and the mining companies began to thrive, but as quickly as they had begun – they ended. Now all that’s left of Leeside is a bit of farming and a bit of trade with the other settlements on the river. Fewer and fewer people live here every year, either retiring to the countryside, or else pulling up their roots and moving to another more prosperous destination, like Abersford.
The village itself is made up of poorly kept houses, boarded and shuttered against the fog that rolls in from the river every morning. The locals have plenty of tales to tell about the hill country and its many abandoned developments over the years, but the truth of them can vary greatly.