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  • Oceans

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  • Pacific Ocean


    http://i56.tinypic.com/345ls07.jpgThe world's largest geographic feature, the Pacific Ocean covers about one-third of the earth's surface. The area of the Pacific is greater than that of all of the continents combined, and it makes up nearly half of the area covered by the earth's oceans. Though, there are strong currents, hope you can swim well.
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  • Atlantic Ocean


    http://i51.tinypic.com/2qltqnp.jpgThe Atlantic Ocean is considered a passive margin ocean with most of its geological activity centered along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Most of its coastal regions are low and geologically quiet. The Atlantic’s major marginal seas include the Mediterranean Sea, the North Sea, the Baltic Sea, Hudson Bay, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean Sea. The Atlantic covers an area of 82 million square kilometers (32 million square miles).
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  • Indian Ocean


    http://i54.tinypic.com/2ezjp1e.jpgThe smallest of the three major oceans, the Indian Ocean covers about 20 percent of the total area covered by the world's oceans. The average depth of the Indian Ocean is 3,890 meters (12,762 feet). Its deepest point is the Java trench, at 7,725 m. The currents here are not too bad, it is a pretty safe ocean...besides maybe the inhabitants, of course.
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  • Southern Ocean


    http://i53.tinypic.com/24nmfr8.jpgThe Southern Ocean has the unique distinction of being a large circumpolar body of water totally encircling the continent of Antarctica. This ring of water lies between 60 degrees south latitude and the coast of Antarctica, and encompasses 360 degrees of longitude. The Southern Ocean is now the fourth largest of the world's five oceans (after the Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, and Indian Ocean, but larger than the Arctic Ocean). The aftermath of the storm was horrific ocean currents, and many environmental changes.
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  • Artic Ocean


    http://i54.tinypic.com/b51yzr.jpgA smooth, pale-blue layer of polar pack ice edged by jagged chunks of floating ice covers much of the frigid waters of the Arctic Ocean, the earth’s northernmost cap. With an area of 12 million square kilometers (5 million square miles), the Arctic Ocean is the smallest ocean - more than five times smaller than the Indian and Atlantic oceans. Thanks to the storm, this ocean now has a fragile ecosystem, slow to change and slow to recover from disruptions and damage
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    Sat Dec 11, 2010 3:55 am
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  • Mediterranean Sea


    http://i52.tinypic.com/33xye4z.jpgThis is a very calm sea usually, but on occaision, the currents and waves can pick up and get very drastic. Don't fall in!
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  • Caribbean Sea


    http://i55.tinypic.com/110yo80.jpgThe Carribbean Sea is now one of the most dangerous seas of them all, with all kinds of shrapnel and other odd pieces of landscape that had sunken into it from the land, it stands as an attraction to aquatic creatures. From far and wide, many beings come here to explore because of all the things down there, most of these beings are territorial and bloodthirsty; don't bring the kids to this tourist attraction, folks!
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  • South China Sea


    http://i56.tinypic.com/2j2jcz6.jpgMany rocks and large logs float around in this sea, and sometimes the odd object floats to the top; providing handy, usuable objects. This sea can attract many humans who see the objects, many aquatic beings take this to their advantage; impailing humans for nutrients. Human-sticks, anyone?
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  • Bering Sea


    http://i55.tinypic.com/126e9v6.jpgThe Bering Sea is a very relaxing, calm sea where the sun shines bright and warms up the water. However, with this sunny, relaxing paradise comes many other disadvantages. Such as creatures who love the heat, most of these warm creatures are not so happy, and often kill on sight. Everything is not what it seems here.
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  • East China Sea


    http://i55.tinypic.com/iwm0qp.jpgAfter the storm, the East China Sea got tons of shrapnel and miscellaneous items dumped into it; giving any surviving creatures in the water tools and food. However, after awhile, the food began to run out... and creatures in this Sea are now starving. Don't dip your toes in, you won't only find out that it is cold.
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  • Japan Sea


    http://i55.tinypic.com/2ex0scw.jpgSeeing as Japan is nonexistent for land-dwellers, all that is visible (if you know the proper location) is a few rocks and mounds of sand sticking up from the water. Fog covers the water, and is extremely thick, so thick many die trying to swim around or threw it thanks to the jagged rocks placed randomly throughout the water. If one were to know where Japan was, they would never see even the rocks that are left. Tough luck getting out of this one alive if you aren't aquatic.
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  • North Sea


    http://i55.tinypic.com/rh22bk.jpgThere is not much to the North Sea, there are a few docks thats are broken up and are often seen floating about this Sea. In random areas, there are many jagged rocks that form odd shapes here and there, but basically, what you Sea is what you get.
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  • Red Sea


    http://i54.tinypic.com/54851j.jpgApropriately named, the Red Sea is one of the most violent Seas in the world now. Due to the lack of food and so on, the storm caused underwater riots that ended in the murder of hundreds of creatures. This underwater war put families against each other, and members of the same species as enemies. This war was known as the Dead Red End Battle.
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  • Baltic Sea


    http://i51.tinypic.com/33xfn5z.jpgUnlike other Seas, the Baltic is one of the more strange Seas. The Baltic Sea washed over civilzations with crashing, destructive waves that swallowed a small nearby city whole. If one were to swim by here, you would see the tops of buildings sticking out, and looking underwater, one would find a small city. Be careful, you may not be the only one in this underwater graveyard.
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  • Gulf of Mexico


    http://i56.tinypic.com/hwl55d.jpgWhat was once a rather relaxing and moderately nice place, is now a dark and gloomy one. It often rains here, and the clouds block out the sun, giving it a creepy and gothic look to it. Many avoid this place because of its looks, but every now and then the sun pokes out from behind the clouds for awhile. There is still some hope for the Gulf of Mexico.
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  • Hudson Bay


    http://i53.tinypic.com/2emheyr.jpgThe Hudson Bay, which is located in North America, again much to everyone's surprise, is actually still the relatively the same. Nothing major happened to it, much like North America itself, the Hudson Bay was hardly shaken at all.
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  • Nile River~


    http://i52.tinypic.com/2mceudk.jpgStill as pleasant as always, the Nile River remains untouched. However, the water is much warmer than most can stand due to global warming. Human broth, or dragon bath, you decide.
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  • North America


    http://i56.tinypic.com/11ucjv8.jpgNorth America, much to everyone’s surprise, is not half bad. Due to the tornado and horrific winds, buildings and many structures were torn apart, thought some still remain standing. Though structures are damaged; it is still able to hold a civilization.
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  • South America


    http://i54.tinypic.com/35jbdwh.jpgSouth America, also being hit with the tornado, is in the same condition as North America, although, it is a little smaller thanks to some earth tremors that happened, sinking some pieces into the deep abyss that is the ocean.
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  • Africa


    http://i51.tinypic.com/2gsh06r.jpgAfter the storm, the survivors of Africa turned on each other, no one could be trusted. This strange act caused many fights and riots, and a small group set fire to Africa. Some of these fires still burn here and there, but bascially, Africa is half covered in ash. Thankfully, many trees still grow, and the heat here is still intense. Hope you brought your sunscreen.
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  • Europe


    http://i55.tinypic.com/dmfnuf.jpgEurope, which at this time had not been hit by any storms, was actually not informed of the planets slow, torturous death. In fact, Europe was facing problems in which they had created—a civil war. Europe would have been fine, thanks to the storms avoiding them; however… due to the chaotic war with no winner, Europe is now a huge wasteland, with barely any survivors.
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  • Asia


    http://i56.tinypic.com/346u62u.jpgBecause of the flooding in Asia, Japan was wiped off the map entirely, and now belongs to the seas. The only thing that is left is a soggy, gloomy China. Hardly anything grows here, and what is left is not very valuble, though it is still a large piece of land, and if you do not mind the cold breeze, this could be a good place for you. It shouldn't be hard to spot an undead here.
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  • Australia


    http://i56.tinypic.com/2m3l1y8.jpgThe earth quakes here were far too much for the citizens of Austrailia to handle. This area was completely ripped apart, and is probably in the worst conditions compared to any other pieces of land. All that is left of Australia are several small islands and Canberra, Australia's captial.
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  • Dragon Dominion


    http://i56.tinypic.com/2r5z4fr.jpgOnce what was a beautful haven filled with mountains and wildlife galore, is now slightly less magnificent. Being semi torn apart by the storms and several fights within the Dragon Realm, this place is not what it once was. Plant life still grows, however, a lot of it is charred and some fires still burn here from time to time. Many dragons (those who survived) still live here. If you are not very strong, here would be the last place you would want to dwell. This is a Dragon's world.
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  • Riddle Chamber!


    Once a week, we will have a selection of fine riddles and brain teasers, those whom figure them out correctly will be rewarded. Don't miss out!~
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  • Random


    This is your basic area to put in anything creative or worth sharing. Mind you, please keep it PG-13, if it is more mature, is would be nice to put the appropraite rating on whatever you place in 'hurr. Thanks, and enjoy!
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  • Suggestions


    Have something on your mind you think may improve or be cool for High Voltage? Please tell us!
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  • Mature Board


    If you have any threads, etc, that may be innapropriate for others, please put it here and make sure to put a rating in the title.
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  • Archives


    If there are any finished threads or topics that are laying about, this is where they shall go.
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  • Swap Shop


    Have any weapons or items you don't want? Here you can trade with other characters, keep them fair please. Also keep in mind these trades once accepted by both people, cannot be switched back later if you have a change of heart!
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  • Practice Pitch


    Not too great at fighting? Do you want to be? Here is where you can sign up to be trained, and our alphas will be more than happy to do so! Please keep in mind that the fights in here are not real, if you 'die' you don't die for real.
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    Tue Dec 07, 2010 4:29 pm
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  • Combat Corner


    Is there someone around, or a team that you just want to take out? Here in Combat Corner, you can choose who you want to fight, challenge them, and battle them. Mind you, any deaths here are real and are not allowed to be 'taken back' or 'changed', the losing character or team loses their points to the winner.
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