The Empire of Parakka is located in Asia which is the largest continent in size. It is located primarily in the eastern hemisphere. It is bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the east.
China has great physical diversity. The eastern plains and southern coasts of the country consist of fertile lowlands and foothills and is the location of most of China's agricultural output and human population. The southern areas of the country (South of the Yangtze River) consist of hilly and mountainous terrain. The west and north of the country are dominated by sunken basins (such as the Gobi and the Taklamakan), rolling plateaus, and towering massifs. It contains part of the highest tableland on earth, the Tibetan Plateau, and has much lower agricultural potential and population.
About 73% of Japan is mountainous, with a mountain range running through each of the main islands. Japan's highest mountain is Mount Fuji, with an elevation of 3,776 m (12,388 ft). Japan's forest cover rate is 68.55% since the mountains are heavily forested. The only other developed nations with such a high forest cover percentage are Finland and Sweden.
Since there is little level ground, many hills and mountainsides at lower elevations around towns and cities are often cultivated. As Japan is situated in a volcanic zone along the Pacific deeps, frequent low-intensity earth tremors and occasional volcanic activity are felt throughout the islands.
The southern and western parts of the peninsula have well-developed plains, while the eastern and northern parts are mountainous. The southern and southwestern coastlines of Korea form a well-developed ria coastline, known as Dadohae-jin in Korean. Its convoluted coastline provides mild seas, and the resulting calm environment allows for safe navigation, fishing, and seaweed farming. In addition to the complex coastline, the western coast of the Korean Peninsula has an extremely high tidal amplitude (at Incheon, around the middle of the western coast. It can get as high as 9 m or 30 ft). Vast tidal flats have been developing on the south and west coastlines.
The Parakkan Empire also control Hawaii and some territory on the Strait of Bab al-Mandab
CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT
The Climate is predominantly wet and hot. However the large size of the continent makes the climate of the Parakkan Empire varied with each region having its own characteristic weather conditions.
The other factors influencing the climate of the Parakkan Empire are the geographical location, ocean currents and winds.
The Parakkan Empire Climate differs from one region to another.