Sea of Gold
The Sea of Gold lies between what is colloqually known as the Continent and the Southern Kingdoms. The Sea bears in it several large continental islands, the largest and most important of which is Morlonde. Trade passes through the Sea of Gold and down the Straights of Morwyn until it reaches the isle of Dalmorn where it is either shipped overland or passes through the Gates of Morn and on into the Sea of Brass.
The term "Sea of Gold" itself is thought to refer to the passage of golden bullion over its waters to Dalmorn, though it may also have more to do with the color of the waters in its southern portions where mineral-heavy sands discolor its beaches to appear as shimmering gold in the sunlight.
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