Xisyn is located on the southern tip of the continent. This valley, created from a sinkhole in the south portion of the Sands of Rodorr, is now teeming with life. Loose rocks are everywhere. A small creek runs through the lower portion of the valley, and desert caverns are scattered through the walls.

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Belashi Butte

Belashi Butte is one of the most beautiful landforms in the southern territories. The red rock rises mysteriously from the depths of the canyon. It, amazingly, stayed in tact with the collapse of the sinkhole. The top of the butte is littered with large, circular rock formations, seemingly floating with little support. It is a difficult but rewarding climb to the top.

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Greetings from a wanderer [Vidarii] by Evangeline Mar 23, 2016 21:12:15 GMT -5
Boulders of Tohyz

With the collapse of the sinkhole came many loose rocks. Most of the larger stones fell in a central area, now referred to as the Boulders of Tohyz. These large boulders are lodged tightly together, preventing them from shifting further. The area they cover is mostly barren because the soil is sandy and covered from sunlight. Many small critters hide in the stones.

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Turxos Creek

Although it is buried in a desert sinkhole, Turxos Creek provides most of the water that sustains life in Xisyn. The water trickles out from the sandstone from an aquifer in the northern territories, feeding the tuffs of plantlife and wildlife alike. Its flow is small, but it is consistent throughout all the seasons. The water is never frozen or muddy.

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Long Night, Forgotten Sight [Vashti/Open] by Evangeline Mar 27, 2016 16:01:05 GMT -5
Virak Caverns

Virak Caverns is the largest discovered network of caves in all of Anikira. The caves stretch far under the Sands of Rodorr, and it is rumored that there are even hidden exits to both the Occasus and Acerbus somewhere buried deep in the tunnels. Some tunnels cannot be navigated due to large stelagmites and stelactites. The sandstone is brittle in many areas.

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