Pyramids of Set above Karêthil

Khirrêth, named after a King of the First Khazarkar Empire, is a huge plateau roughly 150 miles east to west and 100 miles north to south. Lofty, it is a mile above the Gonak Forest. A windy place, the plateau is often buffeted by the strong winds blowing southwest from Morwuld Briin and those coming south out of the Izgarrêth Mountains.

Khirrêth is densely populated with towns, villages and the Khazarkar capital city of Nibar-Pharân.

The Târun Road serves as the public way to the top of the plateau. This road winds its way up the Karêthil canyon and then splits off to the various holds. The most remarkable sight along the way are the Khazarkar Empire's Pyramids of Set. Unless a war is going on, several of these voidships, shaped like inverted pyramids, will be docked. As visitors, foreign emissaries, head to the capital, the site of these massive vessels display the grandeur and might of the Khazarkar Empire.

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