Landfall is what humans call surviving land sticking out of the The mysterious and deadly water that covered the world at the same time the Sundered Ones appeared, four hundred years before Harry Iskinder came onto the scene. It covers the whole planet apart from small islands, tufts, and landfall. It kills in a frightening way: if a human r animal touches it, they are immediately pulled into the water and... that isn’t quite large enough to build on, but isn’t small enough to be considered a tuft. They’re usually large enough to host a small gathering of Treasure hunters in the world of The Sundered who make their living scavenging goods from the world ruined by the black water. [themedy_alertbox icon="info-circle" colour="red" font_awesome_att="" custom_colour=""]Spoilers! This one has specific spoilers regarding the end of The Sundered, so only read on if you're familiar with the book. If you REALLY want to read them, then click the blurred part... with tents and boats.
Some are muddy and wet; some are dry and crumbly. Very few grow anything, even though He straddles the black water, each boot on a different tuft, standing with the easy balance we all must learn or else we die. "There's something over there!" I hate the tufts— knobs of land sticking out of the water, covered with limp grass like dirty hair. If there are a lot of them, we have to carry the boats.... are usually covered with grass.