The Triolini are a species (actually cluster of species) that don’t get enough love and attention in our Dragon Pass, Lunar Empire, and Prax centered games. It is worth considering that there are some 33,000 triolini in the Choralinthor Bay, mainly ludoch merfolk, but a smattering of mightier beings. Fatalistic and often harshly practical, the ludoch are about as interested in landwalker politics as humans are in the conflicts beneath the sea. Their gods are often similarly ignored by the landbound species, but within their watery domain they are supreme.Until a little more than 40 years ago, the surface of the oceans were impassable to the landbound. Prior to that only the triolini had access to the blue waters. With the Opening of the Seas, the Mirrorsea ludoch are a tremendous ally for the sailors of Kethaela. They know (or can easily learn) the currents, conditions, and dangers of each body of water and can often intercede with the rulers of the waters on behalf of their friends.
The Mirrorsea Bay is shallow, no more than 60 meters deep in most areas. It becomes deeper in the Troll Straits, where it descends below 200 meters (probably more) at Deeper. There are coral reefs throughout much of the Mirrorsea Bay and over 50 islands that are larger than 2 square kilometers in size. Most islands are low, covered with grass or woods. A few are hilly, such as Thoxos and Loon Islands.