Geographies

Summary

The Osar River is one of two major tributaries to the Closar River, the other being the Clarr River. By some definitions - those who place its source south well into the Southern reaches of the Ourean Cordillera - it is the longest tributary to the Closar, and by others - who place its source at the Strait of Osar - it is second to the Clarr River. 

At the mouth of the Great Lake Molomew, the Osar discharges a minimum of 114,727.9574 cubic feet per second. At the high water mark of 6555.5 feet above sea level, the river discharges 860,504.352 cubic feet per second.

It is when the water surpasses the high water mark that the Osar River begins to flood its banks. 

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