Süviem lies north of the uplands of Ignieré, and south of the temperate woodlands of Kannuaeslo. The Tigori mountains divide it from Kuegus and West Sugol.
Süvians are notoriously territorial and xenophobic. The land of Süviem is riddled with walls, some of which are fortified and defended, others of which havebecome redundant and have fallen into decay, with portions scavenged by locals for building their homesand other buildings.

Sites and Features

Gulf of Sardief

Much of the economic hub of Süviem is built along and nearby the gulf of Sardief, which links Süviem to the Darestian Sea

Neighbouring Regions

Categories: The Known World, Geography

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