Deep Island (The Island)

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Deep Island
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The river that runs north of the Redwood Forest; deep within The Island.
Location
Deep Ocean Underwater Eastern Plains Southeast Shores Western Plains Southeastern Shores Gulch of Lamentation Northeast Shores Northern Shore Western Coast Cragg's Island Southern Jungle Eastern Forest Footpaw Deep Island Dead Island Weathertop Far's Peak Frozen Tooth Grand Hills Red Peak The Writhing Swamps Drayo's Cove Frozen Sea Whitesky Peak Underwater Cave The Frigid Plains (The Island) Redwood Forests Winter's Mouth Frozen Fang Volcanic Maw Ice Wyrm's Belly Lava Cave (The Island) Belly of the Beast Descent Frigid Deep Frozen Maw Shadow Road Throat of Borea Throat of Flame Caverns of Lost Faith Caverns of Lost Hope Cave Northern Shores Smuggler's Pass Southern Islets Hidden Lake The Maw Western Approach

Deep Island is a conjectural region that covers the river that runs between the Volcano and the Redwood Forests. The name, Deep Island, used to cover the entirety of the Redwood Forests before the introduction of the Redwood Forests Biome, referring to the island within the center of map; but is now used to refer to the central area of The Island.

The region name does appear in-game at sporadic intervals along the northern shore of the river, particularly to the west, which may be an oversight on the part of the developers when the new biome was introduced. The majority of this region is simply referred to as "Unknown Region", but has a unique and consistent spawn population.

Part of the region is known colloquially as "Black Sands Beach", due to the ashen colored ground on the riverside south of the Volcano.

Surroundings[edit | edit source]

The Volcano and The Maw reside to the north and the Redwood Forests to the south. To the east, the river forks toward Smuggler's Pass and Writhing Swamps, with the river to the west also connecting to the swamp.

Creatures[edit | edit source]

Common[edit | edit source]


Uncommon[edit | edit source]


Rare[edit | edit source]


Resources[edit | edit source]

Sap

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • It is not rare for creature from the Redwood Forests, The Maw or Volcano to migrate into this region, such as the Archaeopteryx, Castoroides or Argentavis.