Andros is Aisha, Nabu and Roy's home world. It is the Realm of Oceans and is connected to all oceans in the Magic Dimension.
It is a planet that is predominantly covered in water with a few jungled islands, like the Omega Portal, the Island of Nadu, the Island of Nantros, which contains a volcano, the Island of Guanaco, which also is volcanic and the Black Island which is very volcanic. There are also pirates around these islands. There are also the ruins of buildings above and below the water which were never explained.
There are two main societies on Andros: the inhabitants of dry land and the inhabitants of the sea. Both societies are run by a monarchy, with the current rulers of the realm being King Teredor and Queen Niobe, who are Aisha's parents, on the surface and King Neptune under the sea, and therefore establising a system of dual-monarchy on Andros which all other magical creatures such as the Mermaids acknowledge as supreme authority.
The comic series revealed that Andros has problems with piracy in many parts of the realm. There is even a pirate haven hidden.
he inhabitants of dry land include the fairies, humans and wizards. Aisha's family is the predominant royalty, while Nabu is a member of another influential family, the richest family on Andros after the royal family.
The society of the surface is more conservative on Andros compared to most other realms, as, in season 3, Stella said that in old times a princess' parents would publicly announce her future wedding to a groom that they had chosen, and Aisha said that it was still so in some realms, hinting at Andros, where her parents had already arranged her wedding to Nabu, whom she had not met yet.
Below the SurfaceEdit
The underwater inhabitants include mermaids and their male counterparts, theTritons and the ruler of all the Seas is the triton Neptune, who is a relative ofKing Teredor and, while Teredor is the King of Andros above the surface, Neptune is the King of Andros under the Sea, his Queen being Ligea, and with all the sea creatures acknowledging his rule.