Pash Valley

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The Pash Valley is a lush, warm valley nestled between the Shamtota Hills to the west and the Putoran Hills to the east, just north of Shallam. The waters of the Pachacacha and Zaphar run through it, sustaining the antelopes and cheetahs that make their home there. Many small farms and wineries dot the fertile countryside.

The entrance to Hesperia, the former temple of Mithraea, lies within this valley. So too could the entrance to Astraeus, the temple of Miramar, be located before the destruction of Shallam. The monastery of Shala'jen can also be found therein, as well as a clan of cave-dwelling bandits.