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Places of Kalandar:

Mount Manarai

The northwestern border is delimited by one of the marginal ramifications of the Manarai mountain chain, a cordillera that winds along the northern hemisphere of Coruscant for thousands and thousands of kilometers. Almost all of the mountain chain is virtually invisible from the surface, completely dugout or concealed by the expanse of buildings and housing levels that cover the planet's surface. The highest top of the mountain chain, of which only the extreme peak is visible, is exhibited at the Monument Plaza of Coruscant and is one of the most famous and visited tourist attractions.

Anyhow a lesser branch of the Manarai mounts winds under the blanket of steel and concrete up to Kalandar, and here a small part of the immense complex of mountains is still uncovered and visible. The Manarai mounts of Kalandar are not at all high (mount Dhann-- in the planet's archaic language "Mount Destiny" - is the highest top and it barely reaches 2000 meters) but they are steep and inaccessible and to reach the topmost places means to go through risky stretches that in bad weather become impossible to cover. Further more due to Kalandar's bizarre weather the mountains are often beaten by storms. The howling wind that blows through the mountain gorges or the lighting that rages on the tops during a storm are at the origin of a joke that the locals, during these storms, like to say: "The Emperor is having one of those days."

The Manarai mounts of Kalandar are seldom visited also for another reason: on top of it's peaks or in the most inaccessible gorges hide bandits and groups of outlaws so dangerous or depraved that they cannot live even with the other clandestine of the villages. Assassins, psychopaths and criminal groups build their shelters in the most hidden zone of the mountain side leading their vile deals from such places, condemning to a brutal and quick end anybody that is curious or unlucky enough to reach such zones and find them.

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