Devil's Shoreline

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This area is defunct!

This territory or sub-territory has been partially or completely destroyed; it is no longer a playable area.

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  1.   1.  Description
  2.   2.  Waterways
    1.   2.1  Lightning Bay
  3.   3.  Islands
    1.   3.1  Thunder Island
  4.   4.  History
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Territory The Blacklands
Major Waterways Cabot Strait
Size ?? sq km / ?? sq mi


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1.  Description

The fire began in Hell's Coast and spread up and down the coast, devouring the sparse, dry vegetation. It has yet to grow back, and the former territories of Hell's Coast and Lightning Bay are bleak and foreboding, lifeless as a desert. The ocean still rages against the sand, seeming to increase with ferocity with nightfall. There is no wildlife to be found on the northernmost coast, save that which comes ashore. Even the seals and birds are quick to depart, however, finding the desolate beach as inhospitable as any canine would.

2.  Waterways

2.1  Lightning Bay

The Lightning Bay territory's strange, curled shape extends around the outside of the small bay that houses Thunder Island. Lightning Bay is a treacherous territory, covered with sharp, slippery rocks. Small caves and alcoves litter spaces between the rocks, safe havens during low tide... but death traps during high tide. The rocks are scarred with burn-marks and the sand seems several shades too dark, as Lightning Bay was quite close to the epicenter of the fire. The beach here is rougher, made of a larger, less fine grain than the sands of the more eastern areas of Devil's Shoreline. A large sand bar runs from the end of Lightning Bay almost all of the way over to Thunder Island. One can get to Thunder Island this way without ever getting more than one's knees wet.

3.  Islands

3.1  Thunder Island

Thunder Island is separated from the mainland by a few hundred feet of cold, calm water. Making one's way to Thunder Island is not extremely difficult, though swimming is required. Actually entering the island, however, may prove difficult. It is surrounded by a sheer rock face of about ten feet, impossible to jump over for even the tallest werewolf, and the only passage way is around, facing toward the ocean, where a narrow cut has been carved between the rocks by a shallow stream. Once inside, however, one can find a quiet, peaceful paradise of sparse grasses and tall trees, untouched by the fire that swept across the mainlands.

4.  History

  • Inferni camped here for years and years. <3