Masud Jazayir, or the Fortunate Isles, was a group of islands located along the northern tip of the Nada al-Hazan achipelago in the Crowded Sea. This group of islands represented the farthest outpost of Zakharans into the Crowded Sea.
All of the islands within this group were low, rolling rock formations. Streams and natural springs fed their fertile vales. Many small settlements dotted the coast of Masud Jazayir.
Many of the islands' inhabitants were descendants of outlaws, rebels, and other malcontents. They still followed the Law of the Loregiver, but abided by looser interpretations.
Natives were call "Masudi."
Inhabitants of Masud Jazayir produced almonds, sesame seeds, dates, sugar cane, grapes, pomegranates, citrons, figs, and cotton. Livestock was also kept in the form of goats, sheep, and cattle.