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The '''River Scelptar''' is a large river that flows from the [[Qurth Forest]] in the northeast of the [[Border Kingdoms]] to the [[Shining Sea]] in the southwest, a distance of approximately 300 miles. The mouth of the river is called simply '''Scelptarmouth'''.
 
The '''River Scelptar''' is a large river that flows from the [[Qurth Forest]] in the northeast of the [[Border Kingdoms]] to the [[Shining Sea]] in the southwest, a distance of approximately 300 miles. The mouth of the river is called simply '''Scelptarmouth'''.
   
The [[River Rith]] is a tributary from the north, connecting about 100 miles inland. The towns of [[Blackbarn]], [[Dapplegate]] and [[Oeble]] are on the banks of the River Scelptar.<ref name="BK">{{Cite web|url=http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/archfr/frbk|title=The Border Kingdoms Archive|author=[[Ed Greenwood]]|publisher=[[Wizards of the Coast]]|accessdate=2008-04-25}}</ref>
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The [[River Rith]] is a tributary from the north, connecting about 100 miles inland. The towns of [[Blackbarn]], [[Dapplegate]] and [[Oeble]] are on the banks of the River Scelptar.<ref name="BK">{{Cite web|url=http://archive.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/archfr/frbk|title=The Border Kingdoms Archive|author=[[Ed Greenwood]]|publisher=[[Wizards of the Coast]]|accessdate=2008-04-25}}</ref>
   
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
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The River Scelptar is a large river that flows from the Qurth Forest in the northeast of the Border Kingdoms to the Shining Sea in the southwest, a distance of approximately 300 miles. The mouth of the river is called simply Scelptarmouth.

The River Rith is a tributary from the north, connecting about 100 miles inland. The towns of Blackbarn, Dapplegate and Oeble are on the banks of the River Scelptar.[1]

Notes

  1. Ed Greenwood. The Border Kingdoms Archive. Wizards of the Coast. Retrieved on 2008-04-25.

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