For many years a solitary hermit has haunted
this area of the forest, becoming progressively
wilder and crazier and more dangerous.
I would say it is all in the eye of the beholder (if you make the wrong turn while trying to leave).
Here is a limerick I wrote that emplains 'The Steading of the Hill Giant Chief':Nearby the mountains of JotunDwelled giants, 'orrible and rottenThe Lord of the landTook matters in handso your party went out and fought 'em.Then there is the Glacial Rift of the Frost Giant Jarl:While exploring giant arctic strongholdwith companions both brave and boldYou kicked a lot of buttand Yetis you did gutAnd grabbed all the Frost Giant's gold.And, finally, Hall of the Fire Giant King:Adventuring in giant caves volcanicwould cause most to fear or to panicBut with swords and spellyou sent the Giants to hell but found black elves most Satanic.
– Antoine de Saint-Exupéry