Beating Sea

Only fifteen years ago, the Beating Sea was a calm, quiet bay on the southern coast of Falcon Island. After the eruption of Mount Radicus, this peaceful bay began rapidly expanding, its torrential whirlpools and waves tearing Wakeland into the sea.
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The Beating Sea now expands at an alarming rate of nearly half a mile per year. It is believed the Beating Sea will completely separate the eastern and western sides of the island in a matter of years.

Beating Sea

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