The continent floats in an endless sky, secure there due to the great Darkstone Mantle.
Why did you put highdawn, one of if not the most important city on the continent, at the edge of the map? Unlike on a normal world where coast is beneficial for trade here such a large city should be in the most furtile and perahps defensable area because trade is not a consideration at all except distance by air. So a better location for Hamarahas historical capital would have been Daybrake or beetween Daybrake and Highdawn.
crazy how many cities there are at the borders of the continent. one would expect for them to be at least a bit farther away. and now I notice that there seem to be none in the shadowlands. does the world not know much about them and you are waiting to reveal them, or is it that you are still building this world? also, is there any news about a spanish edition?
What I find really odd about this map is that there are villages and settlements built in the permanent shadows of Azbanadar and Orden. Who in their right mind would build a settlement in a place with permanent shade in this world?
And also, since the Shadowlands is supposed to be the part of Tellos that is self-shaded by the continent how comes there's no shadow over the Shadowlands in the map to the right?
PS. Oh and one more thing I've been wondering about. Where on the map would The Plummet be?