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-At its widest, Nae stretches for about 1500 miles east to west, and 800 miles north to south. It is bounded on the south by the [[Urosp]] and the region of [[Arimorn]],​ on the east by the mountain range of [[The Chain]], on the north by the [[Coutea]] and the land of [[Oloi]] and on the west by the [[the_seas#​seas_of_the_eastern_hemisphere|Myrtna Sea]]. Geographically,​ it is mostly a rising plain, growing in altitude from the coast until it reaches the peaks of The Chain. Climatically,​ it enjoys a savanna climate, with rains mostly falling in the warmer months. The climate becomes drier the further south and west one moves in Nae, with [[Logisorde]] renowned for its droughts and dry dusty weather.+At its widest, Nae stretches for about 1500 miles east to west, and 800 miles north to south. It is bounded on the south by the River [[Urosp]] and the region of [[Arimorn]],​ on the east by the mountain range of [[The Chain]], on the north by the River [[Coutea]] and the land of [[Oloi]] and on the west by the [[the_seas#​seas_of_the_eastern_hemisphere|Myrtna Sea]]. Geographically,​ it is mostly a rising plain, growing in altitude from the coast until it reaches the peaks of The Chain. Climatically,​ it enjoys a savanna climate, with rains mostly falling in the warmer months. The climate becomes drier the further south and west one moves in Nae, with [[Logisorde]] renowned for its droughts and dry dusty weather.
  
 The forests that covered most of Nae have long since disappeared. Instead, the land is given over to the cultivation of crops ranging from wine grapes (for which Nae is famed) to cereals such as wheat and rye. Livestock raising is also common. Nae enjoys the simple fact that it is possibly the most politically stable place in the Three Rivers and its people and industries reflect that. The forests that covered most of Nae have long since disappeared. Instead, the land is given over to the cultivation of crops ranging from wine grapes (for which Nae is famed) to cereals such as wheat and rye. Livestock raising is also common. Nae enjoys the simple fact that it is possibly the most politically stable place in the Three Rivers and its people and industries reflect that.
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