|Built||19 Temporal 7501 DE|
Felân-Akthûl are towering structures shaped to resemble the heads of Danzar-Khâl's three sons. They were built on the northern coasts of Gatheghu, during the Creation War (1486 DE - 8777 DE), a defense against the extreme cold emanating from the otherworldly wastes of Perge'khas. In this war, northern Gorejun was the front line for battles between the armies of the Covenant general Danzar-Khâl and those of the Primordial Lord Cari'phis. The Felân-Akthûl were built to funnel the forces of the primordials and to contain the damaging cold coming out of Perge'khas's un-melting black ice.
Felân-Akthûl works by drawing in ocean water and then converting it into lava. Warded by great magic, it remains as lava for over a thousand miles, flowing south past Felakgathar's smoking spires, as the great lava river Lyrmadis. The conversion process reverses at Felân-Dûl, once again becoming seawater, eventually rejoining the sea.
The structure's power source for turning water into lava is a Spheres of Arcane. It is hidden behind a series of vaults, constantly moved about across a great a maze of tunnels under the ward of hammer golems and a dwarven order formed solely for keeping Felân-Akthûl running.
In the Lith-Crillion Era, raiders broke into Felân-Akthûl, making off with tomes detailing Danzar-Khâl's transmutation magic. This information ended up in the hands of the Šukhan Legion. After a few years of study, the most experienced arcanists of this crack unit figured out how to decipher Danzar-Khâl's encoded script. In the bowels of Geledh, they used Danzar-Khâl's magic, turning part of a lava lake into water.