Coral Caverns

The massive caves of the New Continent were once a subterranean sea.  Over the millennia its waters slowly filtered out.  Left behind to die were a forest of coral reefs that eventually fossilized. No one, no matter how well equipped, could explore these caves by foot.  One slip and the razor-sharp coral would cut deeply and deadly.  However, airships can glide safely above, but only with a very experienced crew, and a wide margin for error.

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