This is a huge lake whose southern tip rests on the northern border of Harbare. It is known to be very deep, cold, and clear. Fishing here is said to be epic, though few resident of Harbare would risk the effort due to the concentration of various Savage Tribes along it’s shores. The short, wide, river draining into the Bay is known as The Wound. Orcs and Hobgoblins are known to operate in the region, especially along the southern edge of the lake. There are also many human tribes that use this lake as a source of sustenance. One couldn’t go a week along The Wound or along the shore of Lancer Lake itself without seeing one group of tribes people or another.
The lake and river are an important resource for the tribal folk. That being said there is still only one known permanent settlement the savages have in the area. The village of Ishke’wana, on the north side of the lake. The village is very large and known to contain at least 400 adults. These human savages of the Kekawa tribe, generally keep to themselves, but they don’t tolerate trespassers. They are known to trade at Theil’s Hold with the dwarves and also with the other savages in the area, but they will rob and kill anyone else they catch in their territory, which is basically the entire northern half of the lake. Although they don’t particularly like the goblinoid races or the gnolls in the area, they understand that they are a part of the natural order and generally have peaceful relations with them and some limited trade. They see themselves having more in common with these goblinoids than the civilized peoples of the barony.