Campaign of the Month: March 2012
The counter-clockwise currents of the Cunildr Sea bring a significant channel of warm water into the Denevorin Bay, which in turn brings with it tropical rains. The Radondire and Munirai mountains bound this moisture, driving it eastward while also shielding the islands from the cold currents passing westward to the south. As a result most of the flatlands of Aegis are fertile. The primary exception is the Scars of the Behemoth. The channel between Dontilo and Nir Island push the remaining heat towards Eurus, and with it the rains.