Flood of Karuthaya
The Flood of Karuthaya is thought to have taken place around 8700 years before Salmakhamer. Magdeologers believe the seas rose up to what is now about 15 gnödva 5 spranka (20m / 65 feet) below Sea Level, inundating coast lands throughout the world of Asdarah. Some naturalists support the theory that the Flood of Karuthaya is the cause of or was contemporary to the drainage of most of the former inland sea in the High Shadevan Valley through which the Shadew River presently flows.
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