ile of Newton. 

Pendon was a town in central Irin.  Ethnically, it consists of both Irin and Tondel.  See Tondel; Irin, island of; Irin, People of.  See the Atlas of Irin and Surrounding Isles.   

Pine (Town of) was a coal port on the northeastern shore of Kaiwitz, the second largest of the Western Isles.  See Western Isles, Kaiwitz.See the Atlas of the Western Isles

was a city of the Tondel ethnic group.  The city lies on Pirini Bay, in east Irin.   See the Atlas of Irin and Surrounding Isles.   

Pirini Bay
was inlet lying furthest east on the island of Irin.  See the Atlas of Irin and Surrounding Isles.   

was a town of the Middle Island Sound, on the island of Longshores.  See the Atlas of the Middle Isles

was a borough of New Warrick occupying that island's southeast corner.  Its neighbors were Troughton to the west and Old Town and Breston Academy to the north.  Salo was the publishing center of the Waning Isles, and also a common area for students' residences, often above the shops and shopkeepers' residences.   

Sanctuary were buildings that are the homes and quasi-temples of Birthers and Grievers within Gaohund Nests. 

Scotz was a small town on the north shore of Longshores, the second largest of the Middle Islands.  Just offshore were the Scotz Islands.  See Middle Islands See the Atlas of the Middle Isles

Scotz Islands were a small archipelago just off the north shore of Longshores, the second largest of the Middle Islands.  During the Rebellion of 10219, the Scotz Islands became the worst of the relocation / detention centers for the Devout.    See the Middle Islands, See the Atlas of the Middle Isles

was a town on the Sound shore of Longshores Island, the Middle Islands.  See the Atlas of the Middle Isles

Shipping District
was one of the major boroughs of New Warrick.  The main approach into the island's harbor brought craft to the concave cliffs.  There, great cyborg beasts towed ships in and out of bay.  Pilots help maneuver the craft around grav-eddies,  Spangled with air moss  A few of the lower wharves and docks used pullies and open air elevators to bring their wares to the surface, but most had tunnels that reached to their warehouses in the shipping district.  Legends told of the extent of these underground passages; their lengths may not have been exaggerated, but surely their darker aspect were - stories of Thutkari survivors working in caverns, exchanging the product of their labor through titanium bars for food and other necessities.  And the stories of the Kongry Haunts, teeming with dark gatherings of the long dead cult of the Tree that focused on the physical - the body, wounds, blood and other bodily fluids, violence, birth and death, and sacrifices. 

Somlesk, a remote island far from Gaohund lands, offering snow sports and tours to the iceberg islands. 

Sound Islands make up a small archipelago in the mouth of Tone Bay, Stanton, the Middle Islands.  See Middle Islands

Sound, The
refers to the Middle Island Sound.  See the Atlas