The islands of Sheol are typified by dank swamps, where things fester and rot. Shadowy wastelands, haunted catacombs, and fetid bogs are all common in Sheol. It is a land of death, fear, and amorality. it is a place of easy power, but at a terrible price. To survive, the powerful are self-centered and self-serving.
The lowlands of Sheol are endless marshes. The forests are dead, diseased, or dying with little or no greenery. These forests extend into the hills and forests of Sheol. The swamps of Sheol represent the darkest of lands, but curiously, where the most life survives. Although not as deep as the seas of Sinai, the inland seas of Sheol are abyssal.
The people of Sheol are gruesome. Often, they are the unearthed dead who walk again. They are a pestilence and drain the life from all who live there. At their best, Sheolites are ambitious and unashamed. At their worst, they are enslaving and devouring.