Blackstrike March

Samarak Road (red line), Blackstrike March (yellow line)

In the Black Tide War (1465 - 1504), a military road was cut from the Sarmarg Road in the direction of Naram-Gunal. Named Blackstrike March, this road served as a supply route for goods and Bloodbeard mercenaries in service to a Black Tide general named Pinth Blackstrike.

Blackstrike March begins at a fork in the Sarmarg Road. It heads west to the Foronir River, where ferries and boats take travelers across a mile wide flow. On the other side of the river, Blackstrike March continues northwest along the Ragil River to the gates of Naram-Gunal.