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Especially at cold temperatures.

There are a number of pictures on p.2 of this pdf which look like some mythical creatures' work. Ancient penguins on Svalbard?

https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/pdf/10.1098/rsta.2012.0357

Might be something for northern Fronela or North Pent?

 

Or you can have it somewhere completely different, a remnant of the Gods War.

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51 minutes ago, Sir_Godspeed said:

Couple ideas:

- "board game" for giants. 

- Weird behaviour by gremlin-like earth spirits. 

- Some weird God Time pattern that keeps repeating for reasons lost.

Or perhaps they're the remains of giants; the Heortlings believe that the "Lost Rocks," an erratic cluster of wandering lights in the sky, are the remains of a giant called Ganvaktakarn (who may also be known as "Sky Giant") who was slain by Orlanth. If that's true, maybe the earthly remains of ground-bound giants sometimes become "lost rocks" as well?

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