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 Zaffre River

Zaffre River



Second Largest River in Ga'leah

Zaffre River
Second Largest River in Ga'leah

Location:Calladahn & Caerleon
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The Zaffre River is a waterway that begins on the Calladahn side of the Hyadies mountains. Once it comes down from the mountains, it separates into two separate branches. One branch moves to the south and empties into the Maritanis. The other goes to the north, crossing through the capital of Caerleon and emptying into the now Sea of Lyrielle. Before the Sea of Lyrielle, the river dipped underground just after the city of Caerleon and continued in an underground course into the Maritanis. It is through the underground caves created by the Zaffre River that the Merkind are able to move from the Sea of Lyrielle to the Maritanis now that the Blight has ended.

The Zaffre is characterized by swiftly moving currents, rapids, and periods of shallow water. Small crafts can travel on the river with experience boaters, but large shipping vessels would be unable to traverse the river.

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