Pash Valley

25.12.14 Pash Valley

The Pash Valley, created by the Shamtota hills to the West and the Putoran
hills to the east is the breadbasket of Enorian, Jaru, and Torston. A warm,
lush place that is fed by the waters of the Pachacacha river, which runs
through it, it is also a favoured grazing spot for antelopes and the cheetah
that prey upon them.

At the south end of the valley lie the shining city of Enorian and its sister
village of Jaru, while at the north end is the village of Torston.