The Sapphire Bay is formed by a narrow passage of water between the central and eastern most areas of the island. It is one of the primary access points of the island. Due to the size of the passage, larger boats cannot enter. Transport vessels send smaller boats to deliver passengers to the Docks.
The Docks function as the starting point of the game. There are three paths leading away from the docks to the north, east, and south. The sothern path leads to a small grove, the western leads to the Welcome Center, and the northern to Sapphire Beach Bay.
The Welcome CenterEdit
The Welcome Center is where visitors to the island are greeted and checked in. This is where character creation will take place when the game is complete. The area itself has several couches and benches for relacation. A guide will always be present to help guests find their way as well as provide information about the island an nearby areas. The structure itself has screens displaying a map of the Sapphire Islands and any current news about the islands.
The security center is branched off the path leading from the Welcome Center located on its own small peninsula. The island doesn't have many issues that would require security personnel, however this area also handles online issues.
The Visitor's Center is a waypoint at the fork in the path leading to the North Road and the South Road. A Guide is posted here to give information and provide directions, but there is a small area with couches, screens, and music as well.
The North Road leads away from the Visitor's Center and forks to the Cabana and to Prism Ridge.
The South Road leads to the Sapphire Monument and the Lagoon. There is another path that will lead to another area in the future, however it is currently under construction.
The Lagoon is a small body of water fed by a waterfall. The path circles around the water along the cliff face with a small bridge over the water that leads to the Crystal Pool. The water in the area helps certain breeds of plants grow.
The Crystal Pool is a small Nariatt area next to the Lagoon. Due to the unique masonry work when the pool was created, it filters naturally. This ensures the pool is always clean and crystal clear. The volcanic activity on the island also heats the water.
This is the largest Sapphire on the island. It is maintained by the Nariatt, though it is unclear what significance it has to their culture. Despite how quickly the crystals grow, it is highly illegal to mine or otherwise damage the monument.
The cabana is a wide area with a couple pavilions over some lounging chairs. The pathway through it loops back through itself, making it a dead end and yet still a good relaxation area away from the main road.
Sapphire Bay BeachEdit
The beach is connected to the docks, though it stretches for some way into some areas that are currently under construction. There are some areas with pavilions and lounging chairs available.