History[edit | edit source]
The pass acted as a trade route between Damara and Vaasa. Due to the extremely impassable terrain that constituted the majority of the mountain range, the pass was the easiest route and was of great strategic importance to both Damara and Vaasa. It opened into Bloodstone Barony and contained Bloodstone Village, the Bloodstone Mines, Lake Midai, Waukeshire, the Vaasan Gate, Windless, and Virdin. Bloodstone Pass was originally formed only around 1070 DR when the edge of the Great Glacier withdrew to the north.