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12.8.11 Mount Piraeus
A dominant peak in the Southern Vashnars, Mount Piraeus rises to the north of Actar Valley. Twisting through the mountain, a series of caves houses a settlement of reclusive cyclopes, led by their chieftain Arges. The culture of the cyclopes is centred around defending against a perceived threat from the outside world, a preoccupation that monopolises their way of life. Heavily fortified due to this paranoia, the settlement is filled with a series of rudimentary mechanical contraptions built by its inhabitants, including a sewage system and a blade mill. Powering many of these inventions, the river Eridanos flows from a spring high in the mountain, before plunging into the valley to the south.