O02 - Island-Linking Room - Fallcoast
Green, brackish water stretches out in every direction; Moosetown is north of here, and so the water gets nastier and greyer in the direction of the harbor. In the south and east, island chains dominate the landscape, ranging in size from tiny collections of rocks to habitable isles.
The open ocean here can be treacherous; nor'easters blow in with little warning to the ill-prepared. The water is choppy and cold, the currents strong. Even on the islands, the winds can be brutal; only the very prepared survive or thrive on these islands.
Places of Note
- N to Open Ocean