—A small but dense collection of celestial bodies just above Divine Forge on most maps. Pale Shores boasts rapidly changing geographic features across most of its lands.
The majority of Pale Shores is the densest grouping of planet-stars and star-planets in Omneutta, especially around the star-planets that form the Local Group of Fieft.1 The most common geographic feature of Pale Shores is the combination of seashores around large bodies of water and the mountains around these bodies.2 Throughout Pale Shores there are often woodlands between the seashores and mountain ranges.3
To compliment its diverse geography, Pale Shores has a number of different species of fauna native to the space. Though the seas have much wildlife, avocs themselves do not fish or otherwise consume animals whose existence is confined to the sea, for religious reasons.4 Inland are more predators and prey that both interact with and are exclusive from the seas’ ecosystems, and towards the colder regions are more predators still.5
Seen in the map on the left, Pale Shores’ Local Groups are organized by proximity, though there are geographic differences. The highest number of celestial bodies in the space however exist between the three Local Groups, displayed on most maps between Fieft and Adrift. Though Fieft is in close proximity to several other bodies, the Local Group consists of the four large star-planets and the surrounding bodies made inhospitable due to proximity.1 Both Adrift and Aft Seas are grouped due to the separation between these bodies and the bulk of Pale Shores.1