The islands of Mageddon are typified by rugged mountain ranges, rocky crags, and fiery volcanoes. It is a land of fury and passion. It is a place where lightning arcs across a blood-red sky, lava erupts from the earth, and flash fires consume the land. In war, cities are razed and fire is harnessed into deadly weapons.
The lowlands of Mageddon have some shrublands on the islands closest to Elohim. Those further away from the tree turn into rocky and then sandy deserts that stretch for miles. The forests are fields of massive cacti. The hills on islands closest to Elohim have some shrubbery, but this fades further from the Great Tree and the outer islands have only sand dunes. The mountains on islands closest to Elohim are massive and the worlds only active volcanos erupt frequently (if not constantly). Further from Elohim, the volcanos are dormant or dead. The swamp lands of Mageddon are humid and lush, supporting a variety of fierce life. The inland seas of Mageddon are shallow.
The people of Mageddon have no patience for talk or subtlety. They act quickly and recklessly. At their best, the people are dynamic, passionate, and unbound. At their worst, they are shortsighted, temperamental, and destructive.