Merworld

The Coral Castle

The Coral Castle

Merworld is the home of King Aaron, his son Prince Aiden, the Royal Guard, his Advisers and various underwater life.

In the Coral Castle lives King Aaron and his son Prince Aiden. The King’s Advisers live within the walls of the castle as well as the Royal Guards. They serve to protect the king from ‘inside’ the castle walls. Outside Clamps, Rardians, Flaps and Wraunaloons guard the king from anyone who dares to enter!

The Inhabitants surrounding the Coral Castle:

CLAMPS: The backs of them are clam shells but the front of them are human/frog with frog feet!

RARDIANS: When hiding they look like weeds or a sea plant but opened up and they are lionfish mers.

FLAPS: They look like venus fly traps from behind but turned around and they are half human with venus flytrap hands and a round lower body and dragon feet.

WRAUNALOONS: tall seagrass creatures with pirahna heads.

Instead of villages, cities or towns, Squee and Rips live in the Pipes. These Pipe Reefs not only serve as shelter but as protection from predators.

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Inhabitants of the Pipes:

Squee: Half human half squid creature

Rip: half human half stingray

Rips and Squee in the Pipes

The Pipes

Under water Wrauna Forests serve to better to protect the King. Dogos and Wraunaloons make up these forests and are perfectly friendly until someone touches one of their reedy tails…

The inhabitants of the Wrauna Forest: Wraunaloons which are really just tall seagrass creatures with pirahna heads and Dogos half dog/fish that watch for intruders.

Aeriopods

Aeriopods

Another plantlike creature is the Aeriopods who live in comunities called Aerioweeds. The Aeriopods stand on top of one another creating what looks to be a bush full of flowers but if someone tries to pass through they’re shocked at the strength these gentle creatures have in such vast numbers. They populate like ‘weeds’ and the young stay on the ground hidden underneath their parents strong legs.


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