The Far Harad bushland is the southernmost of the biomes of Far Harad. It is found along the eastern and western edges of the southern part of the jungle, and extends out to the sea and is also part of some of the harad islands.
Bushland Hills Edit
The bushland hills are marked on the Middle-earth map as darker brown regions within the main bushland. They are very similar to the normal biome, but higher up, and with more variation in terrain.
- Flowers - A version of the biome with an abundance of flowers.
- Forest - A more forested version of the biome.
- Steppe - A very flat version of the biome.
- Barren Steppe - A steppe, but with no trees. Structures generate here very commonly.
- Hills - A hillier version of the biome.
- Mountain - A mountain that rises from the surrounding terrain.
- Light Forest - A lightly forested version of the biome.
- Dense Forest - A densely forested version of the biome.
- Dead Forest - A version of the biome forested with dead trees.
- Forest Hills - A forested version of the hill variant.
The bushland is currently empty of any man-made structures. However, scattered across the plains are many mounds made by the termites who live here.
If you find a mound and want to dig it up, it is advised to take great caution while doing so, because the inhabitants may not like what you are doing.
The animals in the bushland are the same as those throughout most of the other Far Harad plains-type biomes. These animals include:
All of these animals spawn at about the same rates as they do in the savannah.
The bushland is more thickly forested than the savannah, and some regions are dense woodland. The trees found in this biome include oak, acacia, birch, and baobab trees. Dead logs are also a common sight.
All the usual Harad flowers and grasses also grow here.
Bushland (hills) •
Cloud forest •
Jungle (clearing, edge, lake, river) •