Within the gold-laid streets of Osibu, surrounded by the glittering ring of statues called the Circle of Twice-Honored Women, the calls of the Screaming Jungle are briefly abated, and the carnivorous plants that roam here turn back in confusion. The people of Osibu know neither thirst nor hunger — the rains bring fresh water with each morning and the fruits of the jungle are plucked easily from the trees. The great Dimari-Diji, Final Tree of the Elder World and perhaps the oldest living thing on the planet, watches over the ancient, democratically ruled city of Osibu. Here, the great hunched treant guards over the Nemesis Well and recounts to all who listen to the Echoes of the World-Name, beginning with his first memory: the Day the Sun Shone for One Thousand Years, the coming of the Starstone. In Osibu, the wise-women practice a form of medicine unknown in the outer world, a rare art of mingling sweet herbs that seem to elongate a life for centuries and stave off the most virulent of disease.
Sources: Pathfinder Chronicles Campaign Setting