The Great Rift is the dimension God created after the flood to preserve the animals who wouldn’t be able to survive earth’s post-flood atmosphere, such as dragons. It is an odd-shaped island in the midst of red and purple seas that is roughly the width and length of the Atlantic Ocean.
It is comprised of seven distinct regions, one of which is Zandador.
The Land of Zandador is in the middle of the Great Rift. The weather is near perfect all year, and the land is the most habitable in the entire Rift. The river that runs through the middle of Zandador breaks off into various streams, allowing people to set up cities and villages all over the land.
North Zandador is hilly and mountainous. South Zandador is swamp land along the river, then turns into rolling meadows and farmland. Dragon Stalkers share Zandador with humans but have their own distinct territories in the outer corners of the land.
Those who live in Zandador are direct descendants of Javan, one of the original 49 human settlers of the Great Rift. They have tan skin and dark, red or blonde hair. They’re also the only ones with the ability to communicate telepathically with the dragons.
They believed man should work with the dragons and that the dragons were able to thrive when given a purpose: to serve and protect man. Riding dragons and thus gaining their loyalty gave the dragons that purpose without the dragons having to lose their free will.
As a result of these beliefs, they became known as the Collector Bloodline.
When they won the first Battle for the Throne, they claimed the Land of Zandador as their own.
To find out more about the dragons, Bloodlines and the regions of the Great Rift, check out The Dragon Collector.