Should also craete an overview page "Mountains of Faeland"
The Rhomines (new name) - a bit of background for the "Highlands" of the Rhomines, a good description in short:
The above mountain is taller than mt ryan, and a good guage for future reference when selecting images and traits of mountains to be included. Faeland's highest point is 4,712' and this mount is 6,017' (1,834m). Significantly higher, and on a smaller landmass. So there.
for reference: 1000m = 3280.84'
notes on ranges (apply where apt, n.b. there are some other assigned ranges in the various articles. e.g. Aemili has I think the Sibilli range from Italy):
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vosges (westfald and west coast?)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Picos_de_Europa (Aemili Mts) (a.k.a. Remei/Rimoyne (Fallo/English)
the interior...midlands (and almuhr highlands) in roman and subroman era: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hen_Ogledd
(Vincennes Cordillera) - west of Paiulia
(Arxion Mountains) ramapos?
(The Scales) - near border with Lito, under chofer plateau
the single remaining active volcanic region of faeland, in the aroese i should think
Teraba Mountains....?..probably the shoal, actually no i like that...possibly the napenny
Northern Lennoiain Range (from The Dhíall to the River Chatillon); peaks up to 2,987'
Central Western Vecoain Range (in the Kingdom); containing Mt. Ryan at 4,712'
Southern Collian Range
- xhulli (julian) RENAME
- aemili mtns to Remei/Rimoyne (Fallo/English) Aadíriis / Ater (dark, gloomy, dismal)
for the rhomines:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monte_Vettore (8000 ft... little high)