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The '''Chotla''' is a river which flows through [[Lower Sodden]] and [[Brugge]]. It flows in a southerly direction where it joins the [[Ina]] near the fortress of [[Armeria]]. {{Quote|'They're heading for the city of Brugge. So the only sensible direction to escape is east.'
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:Milva glanced at the Witcher, who refrained from comment.
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|Appears_books = {{BoF}}}}The '''Chotla''' is a [[Rivers|river]] which flows through [[Lower Sodden]] and [[Brugge]]. It flows in a southerly direction where it joins the [[Ina]] near the fortress of [[Armeria]].
 
:'And that's where we're headed, east,' Zoltan Chivay continued. [...] Then we plan to march along forest tracks until we reach the hills. Turlough, then the [[Old Road]] to the River Chotla in Sodden which flows into the Ina.|pg. 77|[[Baptism of Fire]] (UK edition)}}
 
 
 
== Tributaries ==
 
== Tributaries ==
 
* [[A]]
 
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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* The Chotla is a river in Poland, a tributary of the [[wikipedia:Radew|Radew]].
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* The Chotla is a river in Poland, a tributary of the [[wikipedia:Radew|Radew]].
* The location of this river on [[:File:Game world map.jpg|game map provided with the game]] is known to be incorrect, where it seems to be in [[Temeria]]. The extent of the misinformation is unclear.
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== Notes ==
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* The location of this river on the [[:File:Game world map.jpg|game map provided with the game]] is known to be incorrect, where it seems to be in [[Temeria]]. The extent of the misinformation is unclear.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 14:46, August 11, 2019

The Chotla is a river which flows through Lower Sodden and Brugge. It flows in a southerly direction where it joins the Ina near the fortress of Armeria.

Tributaries Edit

Trivia Edit

  • The Chotla is a river in Poland, a tributary of the Radew.

Notes Edit

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