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The '''Wandering Isles''' are a mysterious island chain that stretches from the alien continent of [[Sarusan]] northwards, until it meets the [[Valashmai penninsuala]] of southern [[Tian Xia]]. Navigators from Tian Xia have attempted to map the isles to no avail, as the islands themselves seem to shift place, never appearing twice in exactly the same location. The Isles are inhabited by black-skinned [[human]]s who travel in reed boats. Some believe that their ancestors migrated northward from Sarusan, but not all are convinced of this.<ref>{{cite book/The Inner Sea World Guide|207}}</ref>
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The '''Wandering Isles''' are a mysterious island chain that stretches from the alien continent of [[Sarusan]] northwards, until it meets the [[Valashmai peninsula]] of southern [[Tian Xia]]. Navigators from Tian Xia have attempted to map the isles to no avail, as the islands themselves seem to shift place, never appearing twice in exactly the same location. The Isles are inhabited by black-skinned [[human]]s who travel in reed boats. Some believe that their ancestors migrated northward from Sarusan, but not all are convinced of this.<ref>{{cite book/The Inner Sea World Guide|207}}</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 19:31, 30 August 2011

The Wandering Isles are a mysterious island chain that stretches from the alien continent of Sarusan northwards, until it meets the Valashmai peninsula of southern Tian Xia. Navigators from Tian Xia have attempted to map the isles to no avail, as the islands themselves seem to shift place, never appearing twice in exactly the same location. The Isles are inhabited by black-skinned humans who travel in reed boats. Some believe that their ancestors migrated northward from Sarusan, but not all are convinced of this.[1]

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