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The Lost Continent can be found west of Pyrrhia, and it would take multiple days to reach it by flight.
Tui has mentioned in an interview that she may use Clearsight's journey in the Lost Continent for the third arc, and it will feature new, unheard of tribes. Possibilities for these may be StormWings (the tribe Tui said she would be in) and GrassWings (the original eighth tribe that Tui removed by the final draft of The Dragonet Prophecy).
In the epilogue of Darkness of Dragons, Qibli and Moonwatcher find the residence of Jerboa, a very old animus SandWing. She shows them a dragon who she is taking care of. Qibli notices that the dragon looks nothing like "normal" dragons. He believes it's a hybrid until he realizes that the mysterious dragon has no features of any of the seven dragon tribes. Jerboa says it's their first visitor from the Lost Continent.
It has been confirmed by Tui that the Lost Continent is called Pantela by its inhabitants, though she may decide to change that name. Pantela, like Pyrrhia, will be in the shape of a dragon. The tribes that inhabit Pantela have the suffix -"Wings" at the end of their names, similar to the Dragons of Pyrrhia.
Tui also confirmed that Clearsight's arrival at Pantela had an enormous impact on the tribes that live there. What that impact is is yet to be known.
Also, in the post-epilogue of Darkstalker (Legends), it states:
As the word "continents" is plural, this indicates the Lost Continent does, in fact, exist.
- Pantala is a genus of dragonflies, matching Pyrrhia being a genus of moth. This could affect how the Pantela dragons look like. This raises a possibility of four-winged dragons.