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Description: The province of Dihad is comprised primarily of richly forested, hilly terrain, with scattered stretches of fertile lowlands. The county is fed by over two dozen streams, tributaries of the two major rivers (the Swan and the Thunder) that flow swiftly out of the Asenborg Mountains southward to the Bay of Sighs. Most of the streams are unnavigable to any ships save canoes or rafts, except for intermittent periods during the summer months when the weather is extremely dry. Plaize, the capital city of Dihad, is a bustling mercantile center of about 15,000 population that lies at the juncture of three primary roads.... The forests of Dihad are a changing mosaic of small camps and tent settlements, populated by the loggers and trappers who make their living from the bounteous lumber and animal resources of the region.