circadia

The Globe

Navigation has advanced to the point that most astronomers agree that Circadia is a spherical globe. This is incorrect. Circadia is a convex disc spinning in a static position between its sun and its moon. Its tectonic plates spread outward from a central point toward the edge of the world. There are no land masses at the edge and ships that have reached this point are incapable of escaping the pull of the tide and fall to their deaths.

There are no active volcanoes or deserts anywhere in Circadia. There are mountain ranges on all three continents and jungles on two.

Continents

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Bôl

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Kâl

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Atalîl

The largest of Circadia’s three continents, Atalîl

Islands

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Joro

Joro was once part of Atalîl, nestled in the xxx mountains north of the Great Hioupe Plateau. A catastrophic accident caused an earth quake that broke Joro free of the continental shelf.

Roanisa Island

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Forests and Jungles

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Major Rivers

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