Overview


The Shezoagis Slab is a giant, contigious, jagged and bumpy stone slab under the SW City Territory, considered by some geographers as a tectonic plate. The slab is part of the Meiz Formation, a series of slabs that run roughly alongside of the Besburn River. Shezoagis is the largest and most elevated of the line. It is responsible for the Irenic Ocean's existence.

The infobox image shows the west-east cross-section of the slab.

Composition


The slab is formed of intrusive igneous stone spurred by underground volcanic activity which wreck havoc in the large underworld of the planetary veins. Due to the nature of the stone, it is both very hard but parts of it are still forming and some parts even reshape in the heat of other underground ruptures.

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