The Isle of Grief
Sitting off the northern coast of the continent of Euristan, the Isle of Grief is, as its name suggests a place few would wish to find themselves. Though once a remote forgotten scrap of land in the Icefang Ocean, the Isle of Grief and its sister island, the Isle of the Lost were gifted to the Imperial Inquisition at their founding by Emperor Mallenar I in 130DP to the base from which all of their activities in both the Empire of Turelion and Kelbonnar more widely would be orchestrated from. Whilst the Isle of the Lost has been turned into once giant fortress complex, housing the headquarters, barracks, training grounds and infamous torture chambers of the Inquisition, the Isle of Grief has become an enormous penal colony, thought to be the largest in Kelbonnar’s Material Plane. It is a place where all of those given sentences of more than one year in length are sent to toil away in the labour camps there, under the watchful eyes of inquisitorial agents.
The Isle of Grief sits in the southern Icefang Ocean, off the northern coast of the continent of Euristan. The closest part of the mainland to it is the Empire of Turelion's Ultaru Province to the south, with the peninsula known as Menella's Copse to the east and Ymeris to the far west. Originally, the Isle of Grief was little more than a patch of scrubby rock, barely rising out of the sea, with much of it being subsumed by the waves in stormy weather, home only to colonies of seagulls and seals. However, since it’s gifting to the Imperial Inquisition, it has been widely terraformed. A vast network of flood walls has been constructed around the whole island, stopping it from flooding in even the most ferocious weather. Plantations of hardy pine trees have been seeded in various locations across the island as well, not from a desire to forest the island, but to provide a source of meaningful labour for the many prisoners held there.