Dry Canyon is nothing but a maze of rock and earth inside the depths of a large canyon. Tar pits stream about the area, and while it doesn’t look too inviting, the water is indeed undrinkable. Many cliffs and jutting peaks along the sides of the canyon offer some great gliding take-off points, as well as some towers and stone pathways spanning the abyss that edges one side of the canyon wall. Many stone huts and buildings here harbor the veterans of the Peace Keeper army, even some of the retired ones. The elders here are kind, however they tend to start stories about when they were young, and almost never shut up until they doze off.