Kaytney Lake & River

Kaytney Lake is named for Queen Kaytney of Tomayto, who was betrothed to the ill-fated King Gharnn. Facing many trials and tribulations, including the odd loss of her two sons and the disappearance and probable demise of the king, she ended up ruling largely on her own for many Yar until marrying the court jester, Breh-Kel. She was known for bringing much prosperity to the area before the kingdom fell to ruin, long after her rule. The Kaytney River branches to the west, ending near the cave of King Jolstin, the resting place for another previous ruler of Tomayto and father to Gharnn.

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