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The air of Gehenna’s first and lowest layer has a crimson tint near the ground, due to the magma flows and pyroclastic ash, but it quickly fades to black no more than a few dozen feet overhead. Strangely, the next mount, Chamada, is visible in the darkness overhead, though it is so far away that it burns like a small, bloody moon. The slopes of Khalas are streaked with waterfalls and cloaked in steam. The falls never find the bottom of the layer, either evaporating or disappearing into fissures. The mightiest waterfalls are those made by the River Styx as it makes its tumultuous passage across this forbidding layer.