The Village of Devsay-Hough stands at an almost-literal end of the road, overlooking the River Igleri gorge. The bridge crossing the gorge collapsed nearly five years ago, and the powers that be can't be bothered to engineer a replacement. Prior to the collapse, Devsay-Hopugh was a moderately successful border village overlooking a river crossing to West Lien. With the bridge loss, traffic moved to a ford to the north, and an intact bridge to the south.
The village was originally home to nearly 500 citizens, but is slowly dwindling, as travel through the area has dried up. Approximately 200 people remain in the core area of the settlement, with houses and farms in the surrounding area abandoned and left to be reclaimed by the woods. With the loss of the bridge and its associated administration, more questionable souls, who are fine with being off the beaten path, have arrived.
The village has struggled to remain self-sufficient in its impoverished state. However, it still maintains a several trades-folk and professions to serve both citizens and those few travelers who pass by on the Marginal Road.