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ACRG Otetiani


Otetiani was an expanse of woodland hills dotted with springs and cave systems in the west of the River Valley in New York.

Once home to the indigenous Iroquois people, Otetiani's caves were painted with legends of the Sky Woman; a native pillar was also located atop a hill further inland.

By the 18th century, the French had discovered Otetiani and built a small settlement dependent on the area's supply of game and lumber. During the Seven Years' War, the British planned a siege on Otetiani against the French troops, which the Templar Shay Cormac participated in, backing the British.


  • Otetiani was the birth name of the Seneca chief Red Jacket, meaning "He is prepared".



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