Sailing across the Homeward Ocean from Nochet to Fonrit usually takes anywhere from four weeks to a season, depending on the prevailing winds. The seas have been opened for some 40 years, and by now many thousands of people have travel between the continents. Probably some 10-20,000 people from the Holy Country have emigrated overseas, and Kethaelan “colonies” are common sights in many coastal cities around the Homeward Ocean.
It works the other way as well, as there is are Fonritian, Kralorelan, and Teshnite “colonies” in cities such as Nochet, Handra, and Noloswal.
However, this is not the first time these cultures have been in contact. In the Second Age, most of the lands around the Homeward Ocean were part of the Empire of the Middle Sea, which lasted some two centuries. That’s when there was a widespread transfer of food, animals, technologies, commodities, and cults between Genertela and Pamaltela.
Have you some examples of “transfer of cults between Genertela and Pamaltela”? Yes, the identification of Pamaltelan deities with their Genertelan analogues, introduction of the Lightbringers, war cults such as Humakt, etc. It is even possible that the Garangordites were aided by the God Learners in the development of what we now know as Fonrit.