Plaisian Mountains

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Plaisian Mountains looking over the Suffold.

The Plaisian Mountains are a southwesterly spur of mountains off the main spine of the Rhomines. They stretch from the pass/region known as the Suffold to ring round the valley of the River Dole. The Plaisians separate the Gaól Plain to the W-NW from the Fork Basin E-SE. Geomorphologists have sampled cores from both the Plaisians and the Arxion Mountains and determined them to be related (forming part of a proposed "hotspot" chain of calderas whose terminal basin appears to be the Varna Bay).