The rules for IntPiPoMo can be found here at Revive & Rejuvenate.
As much as I hated questing through it, I find myself returning over and over again to the ruins of Gilneas. In part because it reminds me of the scary fairy tales of my childhood, a world inhabited by witches with fences built of human bones and monsters lying in wait just beneath the surface of the lake. Partly too because it reminds me of the physical world in which I grew up, a childhood spent in the Black Forest and in the Scottish highlands, all gloomy beauty and dark waters. The fact that it never stops raining and tends towards fog helps reinforce that feeling of home.
Just want to say a big thankyou to Angelya for coming up with the idea for IntPiPoMo. I’ve had so much fun flying around taking the screenshots and as added icing on the gingerbread, my archaeology is almost maxxed out. Got to love two birds with one stone.