Geography

The entirety of the Falcon Island continent occupies a 31 mile by 34 mile square section of ocean, with approximately half of that area being habitable land. Falcon Island is shaped like the profile of a bird with outstretched wing. This distinctive shape is the island’s namesake, though the island’s shape has changed drastically in recent years.

The Falcon Island continent is divided into five nations: High State, Embertalon, Cloud State, Wakeland, and Little Wing. Five small islands (including Mount Radicus) trail off the coast of Embertalon, but these five volcanic islands have not been officially claimed by any nation.

Erosion poses a serious threat to Falcon Island. Over the past fifteen years, the Beating Sea’s whirlpools and heavy currents have carved out much of Embertalon and the other states, and it is thought the Beating Sea will cut the island in two in a matter of years. Since the eruption of Mount Radicus, the island has begun falling apart from the inside. Faults and cracks running as deep as the ocean are found throughout the island.

Geography

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