Lanshire is the northern principality in the kingdom of Havish. Although principalities do not have static borders, the general location is bounded to the east by the Storlain Mountains, to the west by the Westland Sea, and to the south by River Lithwater. To the north is the kingdom of Tysan.
- Torwent: Fishing town on the Mainmere Bay. Has no human-made roads connecting it to the rest of Havish.
- Fiaduwynne sites at the intersection of two Paravian roads, in southern Lanshire.
- Two Paravian markers exist on the northern border, near Torwent and south of East Bransing.
- Unnamed Road: Starts at Torwent and heads north into Tysan.
- Unnamed Paravian Road: Starts at Torwent and heads south past Fiaduwynne, into Carithwyr.
- Unnamed Paravian Road: Starts at Fiaduwynne and follows the Lithmarin east to Daenfal Lake.
- Sethvir keeps the square of dark velvet used for casting strands in a cupboard under a book of Lanshire histories.
- The name, Lanshire, was taken from the wastes at Scarpdale, site of First Age battles against the Seardluin (which seared the soil to a slag waste).
- When crown rule is restored to Havish, it is noted that it took at least five years to win back the isolated settlements in Lanshire to the order of law and commerce.
Lanshire on the Interactive Map