Before the opening of the Togomud Sink in 1687, a great forest stretched from the central Felbin highlands to the Whalebin bay. In the reigns of Abâthigûr and its successor Tinnanguth, the forest was the premier source for teak. It also had a lot of dark oak, birch and acacia. Pine and evergreen timber was readily available in the Imsogrek foothills. A century into the Karnegmoth Cataclysm, most of the forest was gone to the expanding Brownlands, buried under another world's earth, mud, and rock.