|Biramura, Volova, Tuvaltastan
|Irkula, Volutsku, Novugdidi, Astravili, Neril'tskeli
|38 S 121 E
|2,114.8 km (1,314.1 mi)
|449,429.2 km2 (173,525.6 sq mi)
|3.1 km (1.9 mi)
|7–12 m (23–39 ft)
The Khermali River is a major south-flowing river in eastern Aurora, and is the longest river in its region and one of the longest on the continent. The Khermali is about 2114.8 km (sdfdsf mi) long and its drainage basin covers land in Biramura, Oscrelia, Xiopothos, Volova, and Tuvaltastan. The Khermali river is especially important to the nations Volova and Tuvaltastan, as it serves as a major water source and a major avenue for trade.
The river has three major tributaries, two of which are located within the Kalivian Mountains; the western called P'at'khermali and the eastern called Didikhermali. The eastern source is considered the headwaters, and provides the largest amount of water, the two converging near the Biramuran city of Irkula. The third tributary, called the Nilovi River, connects near the delta of the river, and provides a large portion of the overall silt that ends up discharging at Neril'tskeli, converging at the Tuvalt city of Astravili.
The middle section of the river flows entirely within Volova and Tuvaltastan, with the Nilovi tributary converging at Astravili and finally ending at Neril'tskeli. Salovian civilization has depended on the Khermali for millenia, and the river is steeped in myth and legend. Most of the population and cities within the Great Auroran Desert lie along its banks or along the banks of the bifurcated Q'albi River, and is host to numerous cultural sites important to Salovian and Codexian history.