Yoragel, said to be a dutiful servent of the Elohim, raised his wall so that the people of Taigus would remain pure to the heart of the God. It is said that Yoragel lived for centuries building his wall, and that upon completion he laid down under the shadow of his work and fell asleep, never to reawaken. His sign is said to mark where he was laid to rest. While not as high as the the Ulturin Mountains, Yoragel's Wall juts up rather suddenly, creating a rather impressive natural barrier of steep cliffs that are impossible to traverse.