Discussion in 'Gaming' started by tybrad, Nov 22, 2014.
Babb Slough is in Illinois, USA
Breakheart Reservation, Massachusetts USA
It's a fine point, but I think reservations, parks, and other such human-designated areas do not qualify as natural features themselves, though they may contain natural features that do qualify.
Edit: example: Death Valley is OK, but I think Death Valley National Park is not.
What do others think?
^^ What he said. If it's man-made or designated, no. If it is only man-named, OK.
Nile River in Egypt.
By the way, we decided a long time back that if the name of a feature includes a common type like X Mountain or Y Bay, it is OK to use the last letter of either the proper name or the feature type - so, after Babb Slough, either B or H was acceptable.
Rappenstein is a hill in the Black Forest.
North Hill is a hill near Malvern, Wiltshire UK.
Leine is a river in Hannover, home of the "Scorpions".
Edgewood is a lake in Providence, Rhode Island USA
Darß (Darss) is a peninsula in Germany.
Summit (of any mountain)
Thurner is a mountain in the Black Forest.
Rhea Springs are in Tennessee, USA
Spring Creek in central PA
Koochiching Falls are in Minnesota, USA. (In the Rainy River, the border between International Falls, MN, and Fort Frances, ON)
Sunapee is a lake in New Hampshire USA
East Lyn River, Somerset UK.
Rheinebene is a countryside in Germany.
Elephant is a mountain in Maine, USA.
Tryfan, is a mountain in UK.
Separate names with a comma.