Isjenberg

This long miss-shapen island resembles a stretched out hourglass. The wider ends of the island are anchored by mountain ranges in the northeast and southwest connected by a skinner stretch of lowland between them. The island itself no longer has any active volcanoes but evidence suggests that the island was once two separate mega volcanoes which were eventually connected by lava flows over thousands of years. The island is also home to the only native land mammals in the Reefwind Islands, the White Maned Lion. The island is also a rich source of valuable goods including camphor resin, blue indigo, pink sandalwood, nutmeg, pepper, fire seed (a seed which gives food an intensely hot flavor with a bit of tangy bitterness), lemons, and rich gold deposits. The island is a treasure trove of exotic goods, deep jungles, cascading rivers, and deep coastal marshes.