The Tabaxi Regiment
Ah, the sea. Salty, briny nursery of life. Five have been named, but range in size from thin straights to endless oceans.
THE RUPAL SEA
The Rupal Sea is an immense ocean that spans the great distance between the north Midmoon continent and the southern edge of Tomb Reef. At its northwestern corner, it creates a watery border between Alma, Mudore, and Peñapesara with the great Bay of Sisters. They say if ships sail too far to the east, they fall off the edge of the world.
THE SEA OF BORROWED SOULS
The Sea of Borrowed Souls is mostly filled with sheets of ice. It resides north of Alma, bordered on the east by the snowy Dunram Mountains. The sea extends west until meeting the Walking Sea at Alma’s northwest corner. Some who venture into the labyrinthian canals between the iceburgs return decades later, un-aged, with no idea of what happened.
THE SEA OF LOST WINDS
The Sea of Lost Winds lies to the south of Tomb Reef – it is a short and thin straight passing underneath the archipelago, filled with iceburgs, and abruptly halted with a towering glacier left over from the Frozen Year.
THE SUDDEN SEA
The Sudden Sea is a small body of water that very abruptly borders Peñapesara and Dunram, flowing into the Rupal Sea. Its north shore is completely flat, and the tall Dunram mountains tower over it – the stark contrast has given the Suddensea its name. Only 500 miles across and twice as long, it is the smallest of the seas.
THE WALKING SEA
From north to south, the Walking Sea spans nearly ten thousand miles, situated along the western coast of Alma, Mudore, and the Tomb Reef archipelago. At its widest, the sea is 1,500 miles across, dividing Alma and Mudore with the dangerous Bay of Monsters. The Walking Sea is the second largest body of water on Tabaxi (next to the Rupal Sea) and as the glaciers to the west recede, the sea continues to expand by the ember.