In Sinai, it is not the islands that are most important, but rather the deep sea and the endless sky. Sinai is a place of deceit, logic, and illusion. In Sinai, information and knowledge are paramount. Sinai is a place where tidal waves crash against rocky cliffs and the wind whips out of stormy skies.
The Sinai lowlands are typically vast grazing lands toward Elohim, and fields of snow further from it. Sinai’s forests are jungles that can get quite dense. Toward Elohim, the hills are covered in jungles, but further out they are usually covered in ancient glaciers. The mountains toward Elohim are also jungle covered, with snow covered peaks further from Elohim. Sinai’s swamps are moss-covered wetlands. The inland seas of Sinai are very deep and the ones furthest from Elohim are often iced over.
People of Sinai are reactive, calculated, and methodical. Their strength lies in patience and intelligence. Leaders work behind the scenes, scheming and stealing secrets. Sinai is a place of technology and artifice. At their best, people of Sinai are inventive and progressive. At their worst, they are manipulative and treacherous.