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ATLAS of QISH
View from space
Tectonic geology
The four continents
Shaaluy
Samdal
Lamynt
Wevory
The planet Qish, viewed from space, with the provisional names that Valkyrie's crew assigned to the continents
Tectonic geology of Qish
Map of one hemisphere of Qish, with four continents. The other hemisphere is almost entirely ocean
The continent of Shaaluy
The continent of Samdal
The continent of Lamynt
The continent of Wevory
The Lamynt-Wevory war