The Celestial Vortex was created by thousands of peisio dragons and Abronaxus himself in order to protect the dovaa when the Great Engagement began. It can be found in the Western Sea and is the link between Magesc and the Celestial Realm. At the time of its creation, outsiders had to physically swim down the spiraling maelstrom to visit the other realm. Since then, powerful dovaa spellcasters have channeled off a portion of the maelstrom’s magic and concentrated it into a single, massive portal, around which a substantial loading dock was constructed, accessible by ferry. Non-dovaa travelers, however, are greeted warily and not allowed to enter without special permission. The vortex itself remains to this day to be a beautiful combination of greens, golds, blues, and violets and has been known to draw in travelers who don't know of its origin. It irradiates a certain blue glowing light out from its center that can be seen for miles, and is normally the distinguishing point for most travelers trying to find it.
Serenia is home to all asarei and was named after Seren, the Goddess of Light. The tree's leaves are gold and their trunks, a deep, dark brown with many of them covering the landscape. The shrubs are gold and their grass is a light, pale green. Everything there is bright and full of life. The major city upon the continent is known as Staemgard, where the asarei are able to live and prosper. There are two lakes, one to the North (Tyluafel) and one to the South (Amafel). The Northern lake is infused with mystical healing properties, and many people come to bathe in it's magic when sick or injured. To the East are the Kawyn Ruins, a beautiful sight to behold, but not many are brave enough to venture down into it's depths. The ruins themselves were a place of magical and scientific study where the khehora were initially created. Now the ruins are a revered place of holy worship for not only Seren, but for the companions known as the khehora as well.
The raguati's homeland of Soudul was named after Soudana, the Goddess of Darkness. The continent is filled with miles upon miles of dark sand, black and purple trees, large purple fauna, and dark grassy planes. To the East is the large, very fortified, city known as Noxholm where the raguati live. There is one dark lake on the Western half of the continent that the people call Koralifel because of it's powerful, life sapping presence when one is near. The soulless beings say that the lake is the reason they have no souls in the first place; that it sucks the souls out before they are born into this world. In the dead center of the continent is a large black pillar the raguati call Twilight Tower. Many who venture to the pillar do not come back alive, and no one knows why. But many are warded away by that very fact.
The continent of Eowyn is the largest in all of Magesc and is steeped in history. When Gaeah created Magesc, Eowyn was first home to Abronaxus, the god of Elemental Harmony. Originally named Onaxia, this was the dwelling place of the dovaa before the Great Engagement first began. Once the war began and Abronaxus realized how much he had lost by ignoring his sisters fighting, he went on to create the Celestial Realm for his people to inhabit. As he and the dovaa fled to the Celestial Realm, Onaxia, whose once lush green earth filled Magesc with unimaginable beauty, became a decimated desert wasteland after both sides of the war came fighting upon its lands. The land has since been renamed Eowyn in an attempt to rid it of any dovaan influence.
The large mountainous region throughout the center is called the Terra Expanse and is home to many gaili dragons. Here you will also find the Desert Quarry, where a plethora of precious metals and stones can be found. In the Southeastern area of Eowyn there is a large land mass that the asarei have secured for some sort of construction which they call the Maralan Project. Here you will also find the Desert Quarry, where a plethora of precious metals and stones can be found. To the North of the Terra Expanse is the Malro Desert which is the main battleground for the war between the races as well as the kiandri dragons homeland. Since the leaving of the dovaa, Eowyn has never been a populated continent, except for those who love the harsh climates of the desert or wish to build themselves a fortress in the mountains. You can find a budding society in Tukyere, the main city located just over the mountain range from the quarry. Outside of the city walls of Tukyere, the Tree of Alderreth floats on a rock, producing magical fruit which is said to grant good health and great fortune to anyone who eats it. Within the past century, Arick Skyeforge and a team of open-minded magescians have created Ellora, City of the Mountain in the side of the Terra Expanse to protect them, not only from enemies, but from dragons and the elements as well. Not only that, but the large Kaiatasel, to the south, is an active volcano and ruptured upon Abronaxus’ leaving and the Firani dragons have claimed it to build their homes around. Fresh water is also very scarce on Eowyn. Some crafty magescians have devised a way to bring in sea water and magically or mechanically enhance it to make it potable.
The continent of Ayr is where the ayrala dragons call home. People who have traveled there discover that it is a very windy place, with high chances of tornadoes, tsunamis, and other wind-induced destruction. The ayrala dragons have grown to be apart of the continent itself and have had little problems with being left alone. Their souls are hunted for their power, but going to Ayr is a very dangerous task for most any person and thus, most travel in groups. However, if you are brave enough to venture forth by yourself, be cautious, as multiple ayrala dragons will creep up on you. Many rumors abound about the continent of Ayr. Some say that there is a strong being that lives within the mountainous region. Others say that they have seen the celestial dragon multiple times flying overhead while they visit. However, these are just rumors.
Aisko is known as ice country and is home to the aiskala dragons and the few who deem it a hospitable place to live. Only those adventurous enough to need an aiskala dragon soul have traveled the paths and mountainous snowy areas and visited Vonafel, the Lake of Ice, to see what it has to offer. Legend has it that Vonafel was also a healing lake before the aiskala dragons came and froze it over. It is also said that the lake itself was much more powerful than Tyluafel. Those who are extremely sick and have traveled to the other lake previously with failed attempts at recovery are told to venture forth to Aisko and break through the barrier of ice to gain the healing properties of the lake. Many rumors have come and gone about Aisko as many people have gone missing upon the continent years ago and were never found. Some say that they were just killed by the many aiskala dragons while others have their fantastical ideas of other creatures capturing them for whatever purpose they wish to fulfill. These rumors have stood strong through the ages, but none are factual enough to pose any real issues with most magescians.
The Seas of Magesc
The seas of Magesc are filled with wonderful and fantastic creatures, not to mention a plethora of peisio dragons. There are four main seas within Magesc's landscape and many minor islands to visit. The four seas are: Northern, Eastern, Southern, and Western. In the Northern Sea, the islands of Vaevo can be found.