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Aplainis Island

Hidden off the coast of Chincoteague and Assateague lands of Virginia lies a secret archipelago of six islands twelve miles away from the famous pair in the Atlantic. The biggest island, is inhabited by humans but still very wild, is called Aplainis Island. Named by the Native Americans, the island is a world so isolated and well preserved that they create their own weather and host animals from all over the world— and many are only found there. Aplainis horses patrol the island. Mysterious creatures known as Laplaycunes stalk the plain named for them.