Torn apart and sunk in a fit of rage between two elementals, New Jersey now sits as an Atlantis off the coast of Ektos Beach. Destroyed during a disagreement during World War II, this state's tallest buildings have remained over a hundred feet underwater since then. Pieces of history remain throughout and it is similar to a museum, many things left untouched. However, they have been upgraded. Merfolk and various water creatures began inhabiting it nearly thirty years ago. While it looks like a piece of time has been stuck underwater, much of the larger cities are clean of algae and barnacles and inhabited. Tourists are most definitely welcome and tours are often given to parts of the sunken New Jersey that no one inhabits.