To the east of Guanglang City was a mountain ridge where people sometimes saw wolves going in and out, thus they called it Lang Mountain. This ridge ran from the northwest to the southeast; it was very high up, the highest point of the Dan River. Apart from forest cover and caves, it was just flat highlands with very open plains.
Position wise, Lang Mountain and Guanglang City were a bit outside of the central portion of Laoma Ridge, directly opposite the Zhao Army manor in Changping.
Ouyang Shuo followed behind Meng Ao and climbed up Lang Mountain. As the armies had been at it for 3 years, there were no longer any wolves here; the only signs of their past were white, dried up, feces.
The manor of Wu An’s Lord, Baiqi, was inside one of the largest caves in Lang Mountain.
Under the rocks of the cave, the floor made out of green rock made the place look magnificent. On the walls hung two huge maps, and the title of the maps were four huge words- Shangdou Shanchuan.
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