The Narlmarches, also known as the Narlmarch Woods, act as the western border of Freehold. The Narlmarches spreads across the lowlands of the region and feature craggy hills, lazy streams, deep ravines, and a great variety of trees, including oak, beech, and rushleaf.
The region hosts a rich variety of wildlife as well, with elk, rivercats (a cousin to the bobcat, with a strange sort of mossy-fur), black bears, many large rodents, boars, and brush thyclacines. Stranger still are the occasional giant owls, will-o’-wisps, owlbears, and aggressive vegetation.
The town of Tatzlford is located in the Narlmarches, as well as the Shrine to the Elk.