Kaskin

Almost twice the width of the Samark, the cool, somewhat brackish waters of this river flow westwards from the mists beyond the depths of the Twice-Bitten Swamp, making its way southwest for a dozen or so miles before merging with the Samark River from the northwest. For much of its length it has a faint yellowish hue due to high traces of sulfur, which all but disappears after merging with the Samark, after which it continues southwest for several more miles before turning southeast and disappearing into the hills and wetlands along the base of the northern branch of the Sunset Mountains. Like the Samark river, its waters are generally slow-moving but surprisingly deep, especially in the south, cutting a deep channel through the Moors. Catfish and trout are fairly common, as are frogs, salamanders, and snakes along its edges.

Kaskin

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