A rocky bluff in the nearby hills suffers small landslides every few years. In the scree beneath the buff a scattered few hard, smooth reddish stones can be found, about the size of a grown man's fist; each contains three pawn of Terram vis. After a typical landslide 1-10 such stones can be found. Examination of the bluff face reveals no evidence of this type of stone in the rock, and even excavation will not reveal any further traces of the mineral.
The landslides occur once every decade or so, but there is no identifiable pattern to their occurence.