A secluded valley, hidden by rows upon rows of tightly packed trees has a quaint little field, flat and firm. A river runs through the center, along with many boulders, presenting the Versai with a perfectly suited obstacle course. The many trees offering their thick barks for target practice for battles that may embark upon the Versai's paths. A thick canopy isolates the area from the sun, and any possible rains.
Lasda is a large and beautiful mountain. It's peak has snow so white it's almost blinding, and the foot and middle of the mountain have brilliantly coloured flowers and lush grass. There are many rocks that jut smoothly from the top of the mountain, so falling off is not a problem at all. There are paths going up the mountainside, and in the very center, there is a very large cave. This is where the Versai sisterhood meets. The cave has a small pool within it, with a small trickle of water always steadily falling into it. An unknown light source reflects around the cave, offering glowing blue illumination. Those who require judgement will stand in the pool of water, as the Versai circle him on the surrounding ledges.
High upon the rocks that reflect a silver light will the Versai keep watch of those who enter the highlands. There they will present themselves to any visitors, who may request something from the Versai. Should their request be declined, they will be sent on their way, but if the Versai who stands upon the rock accepts, then more information should be taken, and the equines will meet at the bottom of the large plateau.
The sweet grasses surrounding the large hot springs are delicious, and fit for the Versai. The waters offer relaxation, and cleansing for Versai members. Versai may bring equines here who desire purification of their souls, a painful, yet welcoming process. High upon the cliffs that surround the hot springs, you can find plants that offer in them hallucinagens. Upon gazing into the waters, one can see the current status of their soul, and it is there that the Versai will decide upon wether or not purification is necessary.