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The Sacred Archipelago was formed through an ancient, long forgotten about practice where numerous smaller islands, foot hills, and sandbars around it were all strung together, one right after the other, to form one larger land mass.
The threads used have since been buried under tons of shale, rock, sand, and whatever trees could be clumped on top. This technique is very difficult, so the artisans while working on it tended to curse very often yelling to whatever God might hear them. Since the curses were never directed at the land mass itself, it began to saturate the very air around it, but somehow turned the land sacred. No one has ever been able to duplicate this phenomenon, although many have tried and failed miserably.
Southwest in the Qu'tox Ocean.