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Sundabar Vale was a large river valley[2] of the Silver Marches.[1]

Geography[]

Climate for Sundabar Vale[3]
Average Temperatures
32 ℉
0 ℃

24 ℉
−4 ℃

Winter
(Ukt 1
Che 30)

51 ℉
11 ℃

Spring
(Tar 1
Kyt 25)

65 ℉
18 ℃

Summer
(Kyt 26
Elei 4)

47 ℉
8 ℃

Autumn
(Elei 5
Mar 30)

Average Rainfall

17 days

Winter
(Ukt 1–
Che 30)

34 days

Spring
(Tar 1–
Kyt 25)

25 days

Summer
(Kyt 26–
Elei 4)

15 days

Autumn
(Elei 5–
Mar 30)

Average Snowfall

59 days

Winter
(Ukt 1–
Che 30)

9 days

Spring
(Tar 1–
Kyt 25)

0 days

Summer
(Kyt 26–
Elei 4)

8 days

Autumn
(Elei 5–
Mar 30)

  • Annual rainfall: 91 days

Sundabar Vale was the part of the region of Old Delzoun that lay south of the Rauvin Mountains.[1][4] The Nether Mountains were its southern border.[5] In the east, the valley joined with Adbar Run at the Fork.[1] In the west, it joined with the Cold Vale in the Moonlands.[1][6]

Description[]

Sundabar Vale was a large bowl almost 60 miles in diameter, surrounded by a ring of mountains. The River Rauvin began in the Rauvin Mountains and flowed through the Vale,[4] resulting in fertile farmlands, which fed the cities of the Silver Marches.[7]

The valley was one of the most populated regions of the Marches, especially within the vicinity of Sundabar. It contained many settlements and small keeps, though they thinned out as one traveled east along the Fork Road,[1] and few were located west of the river.[4]

The weather in the valley was warmer than some of the surrounding regions of the Marches, but the land was also plagued with heavy fogs.[2]

Notable Locations[]

Auvandell 
This small town at the west of the valley was located near an ancient dwarven watchtower from the time of Delzoun.[1]
Deadsnows 
This settlement was more than twelve miles away from any others in the valley.[1]
Newfort 
This frontier hamlet was fifteen miles from Sundabar.[8]
Sundabar 
The "Fortress City", this former dwarven citadel was one of the great cities of the Silver Marches.[1]

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