The islands of Eden are typified by teeming forests overflowing with the pulse of nature. It is a place of growth, life and brute force. Massive creature crash through the undergrowth and animals grow to gargantuan sizes.
Eden is a land of forests. The lowlands of Eden are covered in bamboo forests that can be remarkably dense. The forests are equally so. Even the hills and mountains are covered in trees of all kinds. The swamps of Eden are giant tree-like mushrooms that are larger and denser on islands closer to Elohim. Even the inlands seas of Eden have kelp forests.
Edenites understand that the world obeys the law of the jungle – everything is either predator or prey. They do what they can to accelerate and protect nature. At their best, Edenites are instinctual and adaptive. At their worst, they are savage, unthinking, and predatory.