Beneath the silent Old King, you'll find the abyss.
Volcanic rock and the broken, crumbled sea-floor risen to the surface are joined together in a patchwork form to create Caed's island -- a small land mass in the middle of a massive crater that was the location of He'an's
assassination. The island's rocky surface is generally uninhabited, save for the few species of birds and lizards living among the short hardy grass; as well as the titanic God-husk Old King Caed
, residing motionless in the center of the island, sitting upon a broken throne and overlooking his silent, non-existant kingdom.
In most cases in Cathedris, volcanic islands are formed over time as ocean volcanoes ooze lava upwards into the ocean from the sea floor, over time building up a mass of basalt and stone until it breaches the surface and a new island is born. Caed's island, on the other hand, was formed when the middle of the ancient continent of Apathae
was vaporized in the blast that launched He'an into space. The planet's crust was torn back and magma began to burst forth into the sudden void space -- just as the vast ocean began to do the same. Countless tonnes of water rushed in to meet the bubbling magma in a roiling mess of elements, until all that was left was a massive crater and a strangely shaped island sitting in the direct middle of it.
The surface of Caed's island is mishapen and lumpy; rolling hills and strange rocky protrusions make up the landscape, with both sheer cliffs and gentle slopes meeting the ocean on all sides. The volcanic activity responsible for the creation of the island has long since died off, leaving behind a vast and strange network of volcanic tubes, natural caves, and weathered tunnels extending into the abyss below the land.