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(Added the fact that the Yan-Zhe is the longest river in Azeroth, and the actual location of its beginning/ending)
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[[File:Yan-ZheRiver.jpg|thumb|250px|The Yan-Zhe River]]
 
[[File:Yan-ZheRiver.jpg|thumb|250px|The Yan-Zhe River]]
The '''Yan-Zhe River'''{{coords|66.5|62.5|Valley of the Four Winds}} runs almost the entire length of the [[Valley of the Four Winds]], beginning at the bridge connecting the valley to the [[Jade Forest]] and ending at [[Stormstout Brewery]]. It runs along the [[Cliffs of Despair]], separating the valley from [[Krasarang Wilds]]. A handful of [[saurok]] poachers scour the southern banks near [[Thunderfoot Fields]]. On the shore east of [[Zhu's Descent]] the [[worg]] {{NPC||Lupello}} can be found pacing in the mud.
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The '''Yan-Zhe River'''{{coords|66.5|62.5|Valley of the Four Winds}} runs almost the entire length of the [[Valley of the Four Winds]], beginning at the Inkgill Mere in Kun-Laï and ending near the [[Dawnchaser Retreat]], south of [[Krasarang Wilds]]. It runs along the [[Cliffs of Despair]], separating the valley from [[Krasarang Wilds]]. A handful of [[saurok]] poachers scour the southern banks near [[Thunderfoot Fields]]. On the shore east of [[Zhu's Descent]] the [[worg]] {{NPC||Lupello}} can be found pacing in the mud.
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According to players-led geographical surveys, the Yan-Zhe River actually appears to be the longest river in Azeroth, before the Southfury River and the Nazferiti River.
   
 
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The Yan-Zhe River

The Yan-Zhe River[66.5, 62.5] runs almost the entire length of the Valley of the Four Winds, beginning at the Inkgill Mere in Kun-Laï and ending near the Dawnchaser Retreat, south of Krasarang Wilds. It runs along the Cliffs of Despair, separating the valley from Krasarang Wilds. A handful of saurok poachers scour the southern banks near Thunderfoot Fields. On the shore east of Zhu's Descent the worg Lupello can be found pacing in the mud.

According to players-led geographical surveys, the Yan-Zhe River actually appears to be the longest river in Azeroth, before the Southfury River and the Nazferiti River.

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