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The Hollow Sea

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A vast hollow beneath the waves of Far Kuramen, home to things which have never been touched by the sun, which know no world beyond the watery walls of their home…

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Across the world-gulf, in the strangeness of Far Kuramen, there is a vast hollow gulf beneath the waves, lit solely by the soft glow of that which dwells in the deeps. Untroubled by storm, untouched by sun, it is the mirror of the Sunken Sea, and it is here in the depths that a strange life has taken hold. Eerie platforms of stone, sliced by the dimensional divide, serve as land for dwellers whose eyes have beheld only the pale phosphorescence of the deep ocean-life. Unable to leave their home, they live and die ignorant of aught beyond the watery walls of their home; to them, it is as alien a place as the whole of Far Kuramen is to those of True Kuramen.



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