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Beginning just South of Ras Huran, the White Mesas are a network of hundreds of brilliant white rock formations which occupy a great lowland between the former port city and the entrance to greater Llyri. In the time before the sundering of Ras Huran’s docks district, visitors from the East often made conscious effort to witness in person the Mesas, which for more than one hundred years remained one of the West’s busiest destinations for tourism.

Now, though as brilliant as ever, the White Mesas stand silent but for the occasional traveler or merchant caravan—who are very much more interested in reaching their destination quickly than pausing in the dangerous Waste to take in a natural wonder.