The Kakhor - Zointh trade was a complex network of trade routes branching from the Bay of Redcah across the shallow Mazedian Sea to the southern coast of Zointh. beginning in the early classical era, this valuable trade was very influential over political, imperial, and cultural motives and changes on both continents until wider seagoing trade began to flourish globally in the 1500s.

The trade routes were a direct influencer of the conquests of many of the great empires of the time, from Peroth to Imperial Atlass, Gegantaholas, the Cadh Empire, Jekhuu, the Kingdom of Magg, and later, Chezhoi and Imperial Thekha.