Since it's discovery in 34,294 PW by Samuel Spaghetti, the island of Natq has been significantly developed. It is known mainly for its Pasta Fountains.
The natives of Natq are not very highly advanced, though the have become very rich from thier tourism industry. Before the discovery of the island by Samuel Spaghetti, they were the only inhabitants of the island. Colonization led to people from Asoumiranz coming to Natq, forcing the natives to retreat into the forests. They worship a deity called Spaghetto, which is believed to be the source of the fantastic Noodle Dragons.
The Pasta Fountains Edit
The pasta fountains of Natq are a series of naturally occurring rivers, streams, and cataracts that are composed of various types of pasta (made from the corpeses of noodle dragons) as well as spaghetti sauce. There exists an industry that includes bottling and exporting the pasta. The pasta dish spaghetti is named after the explorer and discoverer of Natq, Samuel Spaghetti.
Noodle Dragons Edit
The noodle dragons are a spaghetti-based lifeform who live in and around the pasta fountains of Natq. The fountains are fed by the remains of deceased noodle dragons that have built up over the ages. Luckily, the remains of noodle dragons are full of preservatives that allow them to remain edible indefinitely. Since the colonization of Natq Island, the pasta fountain has been overdrawn and has started to dry up, not being replenished fast enough by more noodle dragons.
Noodle dragons are keen hunters, preying on almost all the large animals on the island of Natq. They're the only large carnivores on the island. Their bodies are made from soft noodles over a skeleton of hard pasta. The hard skeletons soften and becomes edible after death, though. Instead of blood, the noodle dragon's body pumps piping hot pasta sauce! The dragon's muscles and organs are made from a substance similar to spicy meatballs.