Those depths threaten to swallow even the wise whole. Strange, ferocious monsters prey on travellers. Eyeless savages lurk and attack the moment you're found, and that palpable dark...Tchaoxlik is a vast series of caverns underneath the continent of Rqet, spanning under almost half of the mainland. With its size, it is home to a diverse range of unique creatures, flora, minerals— and people.
It becomes so unfathomably deep that you may believe yourself able to see again. By then it's already too late.
CipouxlikThese western caverns span underneath much of the Cipou Canyon and deserts. Less iron-rich than the soil above, these caverns take on a reddish-brown tone. Home to the Hounzet river, an unnamed lake, and Teuxlik.
TchaozilStarting where Cipouxlik meets the canyons of the Ttor river, much of this area is made of brown-grey dirt and limestone. Within rests Rott Allen— the sea of algae, the Beuttep civilizations have thrived within Tchaozil as well.
Algae and Ancient RuinsAt the heart of Tchaoxlik lies Rott Allen, a three-foot-deep sea of algae-covered water. The Beuttep harvest algae from here, with great nets spanning over where the sea runs off into the Ttor.
Throughout the caverns are ancient ruins of a long-forgotten civilization which only madmen and occult scholars dare explore. The locals speak of an overwhelming sense of dread in the vicinity of these ruins— it is best that they give them a wide berth.
A devout people adapted to life underground. They see by way of echolocation, and greatly value pregnancy and birth.