Located south of the central Yellow Mountains (S. "Ered Laranor"), Dûshera was a warm, wet, hilly land criss-crossed by streams and punctuated with lakes and swamps. It lay between the Bay of Ûsakan to the west and the river Kôros to the east. It was populated by a variety of peoples, most notably Chailuk-speaking Drûghu (in the remote hills) and Mûmakanin-speaking fisherfolk (along the coasts). Mûmakani dominated the Nân Kôros.
Places of Note
- the Wild Lands south and East, Gazetteer by Pete Fenlon