Within the northeast and extending down the east coast are a series of caves etched into the cliffs and mountains. Turquoise blue pools of water are separated by stone ledges with stalagmites rising from the floor and stalactites hanging from the ceiling in some places. In the darkest cave within the center of Rodar's Caves lie the home of the god himself, a forge evident in another room with a stone door set in the far left wall of the cave making up Rodar's home. Dens span five stories within the caves with paths leading up them to the left, right and along the far wall with an opening looking down to the first floor in the western section of the caves. The dens were caved by Rodar himself, big enough to house even the weredragons comfortably and serve as a sanctuary. The air is cold and gets frigid the deeper one goes, thus many of the realm do not venture deeper into them. Deep chasms and dead ends are found throughout the cave along with a subterranean river and an underground lake that has an opening near Calius's Ruins. The entire area is a natural maze and there is a food storage area near the dens with several small caves and an underground deep lake and waterfall providing fresh water as the chance for prey to be stored without fear of spoiling.