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The Tuvas Mountains are a long, tall chain of mountains and plateaus. There are a great many miles of foothills leading up to them from the east, and they level off sharply at the western coast of the continent, bordering the great Western Ocean. The true extent of the Tuvas is unknown, as their southernmost reaches stretch deep into the Sųkain Desert, which is largely uncharted. The Tuvas are known to curve to the east in the far north, though how far they reach in that direction is also not known.

 

The Tuvas are separated into Northerly Tuvas and Southerly Tuvas by the Kybhal Pass, a long, winding passage running from east to west through the mountains, which opens out directly into the Western Ocean.

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