The Middle Isles
Lying five miles to the north of Aquona, Gate Rock is an uninhabited, rocky island measuring just over a mile long and a mile wide. There have been fishing villages on the island from time to time, but has not been a permanent settlement here in recent memory.
The soil of Gate Rock is generally unsuitable for most agriculture, but the fishing in the area is very prosperous, and fishing boats from Aquona will often make their way to the waters surrounding this island.
The flora of the island is limited to mosses, a few hardy plants and shrubs, but very few larger trees. Gate Rock is home to many kinds of birds, and a small population of wild goats also dwell on the island.