“And how it was a delight, that landscape of pearly white.
The place where a seldom tree, is a common sight.
A field before the highest peaks, named after a most prestigious beast.
A land rare in its beauty, but treacherous even so.
I stand in the field of Dragons, an inhospitable land of cold winter’s woe.”
- A poetic guide to the Rock; The Western Reach
Dragonfields is a region that is part of The Western Reach super-region, it borders Hammerfell to the south, and Skyrim to the east.
The landscape will be a combination of a mountainous climate(snowfall, cold weather, thin air), and a variation of steppes(African, Mongolian and maybe Hungarian steppes used as a reference).
Dragonfields can be described as a high-altitude, barren, snowy steppe-land.
For trees I imagined something like this, only snow covered:
EDIT: After a little discussion on the Discord,
the Durzogs are moved to the Bjoulsae basin instead.
Settlements – The only town present in this region is Azra’s Crossing. Nomadic Dragontail mountain Orcs might have a few camps in this region, as might the eastern-most Bjoulsae tribe. The Reachmen also might have a few outposts on the outskirts of the region, and close to the river.
Dungeons – (Ice) Caves, Goblinken encampments, bandit encampments, giant camps, ice tribes( )
Abandoned Crown cliff-fortresses, Nordic raider camps, Redguard insurgent hideouts, wormmouth nests (As mentioned by Roerich)