- Elders say an isolated cave on this coast was once used as a retreat by the world's most famous bard (before the rise of Dandelion, that is): the great Xirdneh of Zanguebar, renowned from Nazair to the Dragon Mountains for his ferocious lute-strumming.
This location is a reference to Jimi Hendrix in many ways:
- Pali Gap, a guitar instrumental, is one of his songs.
- Xirdneh is a reference to Jimi Hendrix. "Xirdneh" is backwards for "Hendrix" and his style is described as "ferocious lute-strumming", where Jimi Hendrix was known for his fast and intricate solos.
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