Courkrus is a world of great physical beauty and vast untapped potential. Large areas of the surface are covered deciduous forests. These forests, never spoiled by loggers, feature huge, old-growth trees measuring several meters in diameter. On the northern continent, the forests are separated by a large stretch of lush plains. Old Republic agricultural surveys show the soil here is especially rich. Fossil remains indicate that the richness of the soil is caused by the decomposed aquatic animals that were dislocated when the large, equatorial freshwater sea receded.
Largely undeveloped, Courkrus is a popular vacation destination for big game hunters. There are many species of game, but the gem of the group that attracts the bulk of the hunters is the Tiviciki, a large quadruped lizard that inhabits the swamps on the southern continent. The Tivicki possess both lungs and gills and are extremely quick, making them valued prizes for many in the hunting scene.