Funny thing is the only D&D campaign I ever played in began in the Moonshaes and we spent pretty much all of our time there running away from things. I joined the party while they were running away from orcs. Then we ran away from Vikings. Then we made some druids angry because we accidentally flooded a valley. So we ran away from them. But they caught us and made us steal a magic crystal from a dragon. So we had to run away from that for a bit until we got to shelter with some elves.FR2 Moonshae gets a more evenly distributed treatment. This may be a problem for low level parties, as the random encounters include creatures of all power levels. Better be ready to run.
For a while, we didn't run away from anything. We went on tour for as a concert troupe and warm-up act for Hugh and his singing sheep. But we got on the wrong side of the corrupt High King, so we had to run away from his royal guard. We ran away from them so hard we made it all the way to Waterdeep.