The mist acts as an obscuring fog that prevents a clear view of the mangled landscape; even people on airships can't see through the heavy blanket. The thickness of the mist varies; at its broadest, an adventurer would have to trek five miles to escape the constricting smoke. A more fortunate explorer could just hold their breath for a couple hundred feet before breaking through to the other side.
This, however, is easier said than done, for the Dead-Gray Mist has the ability to muddle one's mind. There are stories of unfortunate souls who found themselves caught in a labyrinth without walls manufactured from their own shattered psyche.
Within the Mournland, there are isolated locations where the mist gathers again, but these patches are far less dense and dangerous than the perimeter walls.
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