The New World
The Arawak Sea
Named for the indigenous peoples who live on many of it’s islands, who for the most part, lived a peaceable subsistence agrarian and hunting lifestyle, and now live as slaves, or have perished from epidemic disease. The Pearl String Islands mark the boundary of the sea, though other groups, and several large islands such as Cubana, Iberita and Torrida also lie in the Arawaks waters. It is the gateway to the New World for Europan explorers, colonists, and adventurers.