The South Sea

The Southern Sea is large enough to be considered endless by all but the most talented or foolhardy sailors. Tempestuous weather and ravening sea-beasts prevent most long-distance travel, and superstition and fear of the giants that are said to inhabit the far shores takes care of the rest. Despite this, at least one group of pilgrims makes their home in a strange dwelling in one of the shallower areas of the sea.

The South Sea

Unfamiliar Stars Eel Eel