Kousei Islands




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Time to Paint the Town Ra...
by Romeo Maddox


Once a huge volcano standing proud over the waves of the Pacific Ocean, Sonojima was struck by a meteorite that left a huge fertile crater. Jungles grew within this humid and hot paradise, all around a lake that through few channels flows outwards to the ocean.

Nowadays, Eikouka City, the capital of Kousei, has grown side by side with these magnificent jungles, extending from the crater walls to the edge of the lake.

It is by far the island with most residents and infrastructure, it is also the only one with an international airport so most arrivals happen here.

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hot blooded and hot burne...
by Caelius Wynter


Kedojima is an ambivalent island, with rivers of lava flowing down the snow cloaked volcano, nowadays the tallest in the archipelago, dropping from sheer cliffs to the ocean below.

Small towns with traditional Japanese architecture litter the ladders and cliffs of the volcano, pine forests grow all around this overwhelmingly fertile land. Besides the beautiful views and peaceful ambient of these towns, tall, modern resorts raise, providing tourists with possibilities to practice ski and take a break in hot springs.

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Posts: 7

Dead among the dead
by Dalton Cooper


The land of the horrors, one half of this island is covered by pitch black marshes and pools of salty water, inhabited only by few druid circles and witches covens, and plenty of monstrous creatures that fuel nightmares of the locals.

The other half is a wasteland with lots of precious metals and gemstones. This desert is littered with small, Western-style mining towns, and a large city with a flair of Las Vegas reigns as the island capital.

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Posts: 14

Fish out of Water
by Kai


This archipelago of artificial islands is the most ambitious project of GeneCorp. Each island is about five hundred meters in diameter, and extends downwards one kilometer into the ocean.

Second to Eikouka in population, this massive wonder of modern architecture offers housing and employment to new residents of the islands, with aims of natural preservation and to avoid overcrowding in the natural islands.

Underwater trains connect the archipelago to the three major islands as well as the artificial islands, although the islands also have a fleet of helicopters, boats and planes to remain communicated.

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Posts: 21

white hot treasure sighti...
by Caelius Wynter

Smaller Islands

Many smaller islands and atolls exist in the ocean between the Four Grand Islands, some are privately owned, others are natural preserves and parks, and some others are mysterious places that seem to come and go.

Legends have it that some of these smaller islands are in fact giant turtles, others say that they are extraterrestrial vessels, and all have something in common: These mysterious islands and their erratic behavior.

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Posts: 11

Trip Down Memory Lane [Ya...
by Yato Hagebi

The Rest of the World

Closest to Kousei Prefecture are both Japan and Hawaii, as well as some of the Alaskan and Siberian islands to the north, and to the south the Marshall Islands.

Beyond are the five continents, America, Asia, Oceania, Africa and Europe, Kousei inhabitants often migrate from some of those places, but not all of their businesses are done back home.

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