When early settlers first found a source of water in this parched region, they rejoiced. They were far less pleased to learn that it was unclean and undrinkable, and expressed their displeasure by naming the place Broken Water to warn those who would follow.
— In-game description
Little Ala Mhigo
Rejected by the elementals of the Twelveswood and unable to adapt to Ul'dahn custom, Ala Mhigan refugees eventually settled in southern Thanalan. In exchange for supplies, the residents allow the Immortal Flames to maintain a presence, and Little Ala Mhigo now serves as a post whence to watch the movements of the Amalj'aa.
The Sepulchre is the hideout of the Corpse Brigade, once a proud arm of the Ala Mhigan army. As they supported the last king of their nation and his despotism, their countrymen will not suffer their presence amongst the refugee camps. Thus, the Brigade has become little more than a band of petty thieves.
Ring of Ash
The Ring of Ash is home to the Brotherhood of Ash, a band of Amalj'aa warriors who find no virtue in unthinking obedience to the primal Ifrit. Instead, they earnestly hone their skills to defeat their mortal foes, the Flamefangs.
The Sunken Temple of Qarn
Most scholars of ancient Belah'dian civilization claim this twisting labyrinth of complex chambers to be a place of worship dedicated to the sun goddess, Azeyma. Recent diggings, however, have uncovered older chambers buried beneath the new containing relics not of the Sixth Astral Era, suggesting that the temple may have been built by a different people.