A frown fell upon the redhead's face as he tried to imagine a 'much worse' place than the frozen hell he'd briefly seen before coming to the ship. It seemed the two of them had crossed paths time and again but never really met. How curious. Fate played mysterious games! Whether they were destined as friends, rivals, or lovers they were clearly from crossed odds.
"The island was so full of life!" he chimed with a smile to cheer her up from thinking about such a dark past. "All of the families had grown and spread. So many people had arrived!" Rohan smiled and stretched out to lay on his back and float, tail playfully flicking droplets of water at her.
"Everyone had something that was home, but the mercolony was biggest. We needed a home that wasn't on the land, obviously. I don't recall if there was any sort of frost giant zone or fairy land, though. Pretty much if you lived on land you had everything you wanted there. I think the castle on the mountainside was always popular; Princess Luna lived there. I guess she didn't make it here..." He frowned a bit.
"Anyway. The mers had their own kingdom under the sea, so not everyone had to stuff into the Jedi temples."