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Multiverse

Ethereal Plane

Hell

Avernus
Dis
Erebus (Minauros)
Phlegethon (Phlegethos)
Stygia
Malbolge
Cocytus (Maladomini)
Cania
Nessus

Acheron

The Abyss

Abaddon (Hades)

Duat

Duat  is the underworld, where the sun travels from west to east during the night and where dead souls are judged by Anubis, using a feather, representing Truth. Souls which were weighted down by sin were eaten by Ammit

The Underworld Other Planes of Existance

Otherworld (Faire Realm)

Alfheim

Annwn

Avalon

Camelot

Chicomoztoc

The Garden of the Hesperides

The Cities of Danu

Cucaña

Hyperborea

Jotunheim

Lemuria

Muspellheim

Niflheim

Svartalfaheim

Celestial Realms

Asgard

Elysian fields

Mount Olympus

Vanaheim

Universe/Material World

Milky Way

Solar System

Sun

Mercury

Venus

Mars

Jupiter

Saturn

Neptune

Uranus

Pluto (The Dead Planet)

Planet Nine

Nibiru ("the twelfth planet")

Earth

The Moon

Continents

North American (The New World)

Viceroyalty of New France

Vinland

The Colonies

Colony of Virginia

Colony of New Netherland

(Settlement) Sleepy Hollow, New Netherland

The Massachusetts Bay Colony

(Settlement) Salem, Massachusetts

American frontier (Wild West)

(Trade Route) The Pony Express

(Trade Route) Oregon Trail

(Wilderness Area) Rocky Mountains

(Settlement) Tombstone

(Settlement) Dodge City

(Wilderness Area) Mississippi River

French colony of Louisiana

(Settlement) New Orleans

North America

Native Americans are composed of numerous distinct tribes and bands. Most groups live in hunter-gatherer societies and preserve their histories by oral traditions and artwork. The Northeastern and Southwestern cultures are matrilineal and operate on a collective basis. Tribes maintained their hunting grounds and agricultural lands for use of the entire tribe. The differences in cultures between the natives and Europeans, as well as shifting alliances among different nations in times of war, causes extensive political tension. As expansion reachs into the West, settler and miner migrants come into increasing conflict with the Great Basin, Great Plains, and other Western nomadic nations based on horse culture and seasonal bison hunting. Are carrying out resistance against the European incursion in a series of Indian Wars.

The earliest peoples of the Americas came from Eurasia over a land bridge which connected the two continents until 12,000 years ago, when it was flooded in the aftermouth of the bird serpent war.

Native Americans as have a society dominated by clans. Pacific Northwest tribes craft seafaring dugouts for fishing. Farmers in the Eastern Woodlands tended fields of maize. While their neighbors in the Southeast grow tobacco as well as food crops. On the Great Plains tribes engaged in agriculture but also hunt megafauna. The reintroduction of the horse has greatly changed the way in which they hunt. Horses have become such a valuable and a central element of Native lives and are counted as a measure of wealth. Dwellers of the Southwest deserts hunt and use irrigation techniques, and fill storehouses with grain as protection against droughts. The Iroquois, living around the Great Lakes and extending east and north, use strings or belts called wampum that served a dual function: the knots and beaded designs mnemonically chronicled tribal stories and legends, and further served as a medium of exchange and a unit of measure. The keepers of the articles are seen as tribal dignitaries. Pueblo peoples craft impressive items associated with their religious ceremonies. Kachina dancers wear elaborately painted and decorated masks as they ritually impersonated various ancestral spirits. Stone and wood fetishes are made for religious use. Superior weaving, embroidered decorations, and rich dyes characterized the textile arts. Both turquoise and shell jewelry are created, as are high-quality pottery and formalized pictorial arts. Navajo spirituality focused on the maintenance of a harmonious relationship with the spirit world, often achieved by ceremonial acts, usually incorporating sandpainting. The colors—made from sand, charcoal, cornmeal, and pollen—depicted specific spirits. Traditional practices of some tribes include the use of magical herbs. Many Plains tribes have sweatlodge ceremonies. Fasting, singing and prayer and drumming are common.


Rather than going to war, a team based ball sport is used to settle disputes as a civil way to settle potential conflict. Sometimes involving hundreds to thousands of players. The goals are several miles apart and the games last from sunup to sundown for two to three days as part of ceremonial ritual of symbolic warfare.

As these native peoples encounter European explorers and settlers and engaged in trade contact is often charged with tension, but also moments of friendship, cooperation, and intimacy. Explorers live in native communities for years, learning native languages, attending native councils, and fighting alongside their native companions. Given the preponderance of men among the colonists European men generally marry native women.

Caribbean

(Settlement) Port Royal (Jamaica)

(Settlement) Tortuga (Haiti)

New Providence (Bahamas)

(Settlement) Nassau

Mexico and Central America

Viceroyalty of New Spain

South American

Venezuela, Colombia and the Guianas

Brazil

Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia

(Settlement) Machu Picchu

Chile

Europe

Union of Midgard (Scandinavia)

Demark

(Settlement) Copenhagen

(Settlement) Hedeby

The territory of Finland

(Province of Finland) Åland

(Province of Finland) Finland Proper

(Capital City) Turku

(Province of Finland) Karelia

(Province of Finland)Laponia

(Settlement) Korvatunturi

(Settlement) Pohjola

(Province of Finland) Satakunta

(Province of Finland) Savonia

(Province of Finland) Tavastia

(Province of Finland) Uusimaa

(Settlement) Porvoo

Greenland

(Settlement) Brattahlid

Iceland

(Settlement) Reykjavík

(Settlement) Skálholt

The Kingdom of Norway

(Capital City) Bergen

The Kingdom of Sweden

(Capital City) Stockholm

(Settlement) Birka

(Settlement) Heligoland

State of the Teutonic Order

Holy Roman Empire

(Settlement) Free Imperial City of Aachen

(Settlement) Free Imperial City of Aalen

Fief of Apensberg-Traun

(Settlement) Altensteig

An der Etsch

Principality of Anhalt

Lordship of Anholt

Principality of Ansbach

Duchy of Aosta

Duchy of Arenberg

Principality of Auersperg

Artois

Prince-Bishopric of Augsburg

(Capital City) Augsburg (Free Imperial City of the Holy Roman Empire)

Dillingen an der Donau

Archduchy of Austria

(Capital City) Vienna

Margraviate of Baden (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

(Capital City) Baden-Baden

(Settlement) The Imperial abbey of Baindt

Prince-Bishopric of Bamberg (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

Duchy of Bar (Vassal of Holy Roman Empire)

(Capital City) Bar-le-Duc

Prince-Bishopric of Basel (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

(Capital City) Porrentruy (Free Imperial City of the Holy Roman Empire)

(Settlement) Basel

Electorate of Bavaria (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

Principality of Bayreuth (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

(Capital City) Kulmbach

County of Bentheim (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

Berchtesgaden Provostry (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

Duchy of Berg (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

County of Mark (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

(Settlement) Free Imperial City of Besançon (Free Imperial City of the Holy Roman Empire)

(Settlement) Free Imperial City of Biberach an der Riss (Free Imperial City of the Holy Roman Empire)

County of Blankenburg (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

(Capital City) Blankenburg

Kingdom of Bohemia (Crown land of the Bohemian Crown) (Imperial State of the Holy Roman Empire)

(Capital City) Prague

(Settlement) Wroclaw (Breslau) (City of Kingdom of Bohemia)

Duchy of Bouillon (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

Duchy of Brabant (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

Margraviate of Brandenburg (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

(Capital City) Berlin

Duchy of Brunswick-Lüneburg (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

(Settlement) Brakel (Free Hanseatic City)

(Settlement) Breda

Bishopric of Brixen (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

Principality of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

Imperial Abbey of Buchau on the Federsee (Imperial Abbey of the Holy Roman Empire)

(Settlement) Free Imperial City of Buchau

(Settlement) Bremen (Free Hanseatic City of Bremen)

(Settlement) Cologne (Free Imperial City of the Holy Roman Empire)

(Settlement) Nuremberg

(Settlement) Hamburg (Free and Hanseatic City)

(Settlement) Magdeburg (Free and Hanseatic City)

(Capital City) Strasbourg (Free Imperial City of the Holy Roman Empire)

(Settlement) Lübeck (Hanseatic City)

(Settlement) Regensburg

(Settlement) Ulm

(Settlement) Frankfurt am Main

Lüneburg (the Hanseatic Town of Lüneburg)

(Capital City) Munich

County of Burgundy (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

(Capital City) Dole

Burtscheid Abbey (Imperial Abbey of the Holy Roman Empire)

Duchy of Carinthia (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

(Capital City) Sankt Veit an der Glan

Bishopric of Chiemsee

Duchy of Cleves (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

(Capital City) Cleves

Comburg Abbey (Imperial Abbey of the Holy Roman Empire)

Kornelimünster Abbey (Imperial Abbey of the Holy Roman Empire)

Lordship of Diepholz (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

Diessenhofen

Bi-confessional City of Dinkelsbühl (Free Imperial City of the Holy Roman Empire)

Imperial Abbey of Disentis (Imperial Abbey of the Holy Roman Empire)

County of Eberstein (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

Imperial City of Schwäbisch Gmünd (Free Imperial City of the Holy Roman Empire)

Worms (Free Imperial City of the Holy Roman Empire)

Speyer (Free Imperial City of the Holy Roman Empire)

Wetzlar (Free Imperial City of the Holy Roman Empire)

Nordhausen (Free Imperial City of the Holy Roman Empire)

(Princely) County of Gorizia (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

Duchy of Guelders (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

County of Hainaut (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

Landgraviate of Hesse (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

(Place) Frankenstein Castle

(Wilderness Area) The Odenwald

(Wilderness Area) Black Forest

(Trade Route) Via Imperii (The Imperial Road)

Duchy of Carniola

Republic of the Swiss

Canton of Uri

Canton of Zürich

Appenzell

Canton of Bern

Canton of Lucerne

Canton of Schwyz

Canton of Unterwalden

Half-Canton of Obwalden

Half-Canton of Nidwalden

Canton of Glarus

Canton of Zug

(Wilderness Area) Lake Zürich

(Wilderness Area) Alps

(Wilderness Area) Lake Geneva

(Settlement) Heligoland

Italy

Duchy of Milan (State of the Holy Roman Empire)

Republic of Genoa

(Settlement) Florence

Papal States (State of the Church)

Kingdom of Naples (Part of the Crown of Aragon)

Republic of Venice

(Settlement - Capital City) Venice

Kingdom of Sicily

Kingdom of Sardinia

Republic of Pisa (Client state of the Duchy of Milan)

Greece and the Balkans

Lemnos

Athens

Eleusis

Marathon

Piraeus

Macedon

Aegae

The Peloponnese

Sparta

Argos

Arcadia

Corinth

Epidaurus

Olympia

Mount Parnassus

France

Paris

(Place) The Bastile

(Place) Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral

(Place) Palais-Cardinal

(Place) Palace of Versailles

(Settlement) The Court of Miracles

Principality of Monaco

Spain and Portugal

Kingdom of Portugal

Crown of Castile

Emirate of Granada (Tributary state of the Crown of Castile)

Kingdom of Navarre

Crown of Aragon

(Wilderness Area) Pyrenees Mountains

The Low Countries

Duchy of Burgundy

Dutch Republic ( the Republic of the Seven United Netherlands)

The British Isles

Kingdom of Scotland

(Settlement) Edinburgh

Ireland

(Province of Ireland) Connacht

(Settlement) Galway

(Province of Ireland) Leinster

(Area) The Pale

(Settlement) Dublin

(Settlement) Kilkenny

Kingdom of Meath

(Province of Ireland) Munster

Waterford

(Settlement) Cork

(Settlement) Limerick

(Province of Ireland) Ulster

(Settlement) Belfast

(Settlement) Clogher

(Settlement) Derry

(Settlement) Downpatrick

(Settlement) Lisburn

Kingdom of England

(Wilderness Area) Dartmoor

(Settlement) Liverpool

(Capital City) London

(Place) Bedlam Insane Asylum

(Place) Newgate Prison

(Settlement) York

(Settlement) Nottinghamshire

(Wilderness Area) Sherwood Forrest

Principality of Wales (Client state of England)

East Central Europe

Wallachia

Russia

Muscovy (Grand Duchy of Moscow)

The Lands of The Great Horde( Division of the Orc Empire)

Kingdom of Poland

(Capital City - Settlement) Kraków

Grand Duchy of Lithuania

Kingdom of Hungary

Buda

Principality of Moldavia

Republic of Novgorod

(Settlement - Capital City) Novgorod

Kingdom of Georgia

Khanate of Kazan

Crimean Khanate (Vassal of the Ottoman Empire)

Timurid Empire

Alliance of the Four Oirats (Orc Confederation)

Moghulistan (Eastern Chagatai Khanate)

Coat of arms/Flag

Capital City- Not specified

Other Settlements -

Languages - Orc

Religion(s) - Shamanism

Government - Monarchy

Legislature - Customary rules, Orc Codes

Current Ruler -

Other Notable residents -

Moghulistan is a Mongol breakaway khanate of the Chagatai Khanate and a geographic area north of the Tian Shan mountain range, on the border of Central Asia and East Asia.

A new khanate, in the form of a nomadic tribal confederacy headed by a member of the family of Chagatai, arose in the region of the Ili River. It is therefore considered to be a continuation of the Chagatai Khanate, but it is also referred to as the Orc Khanate, since its tribal inhabitants are considered to be pure "orcs".

Although the rulers enjoyed great wealth from the China trade, it is beset by constant civil war and invasions by the Timurid Empire. As independence-minded khans have created their own domains in cities like Kashgar and Turfan.

Africa

(Wilderness Area) Atlas Mountains

(Wilderness Area) Namib desert ("vast place")

(Wilderness Area) Skeleton Coast ("The Land The Gods Made in Anger")

(Wilderness Area) Sahara (The Great Desert)

Zerzura ("The Oasis of Little Birds")

(Wilderness Area) Sudanian Savanna

(Place) Mount Kilimanjaro

North East Africa

West Africa

The kingdom of Mali grew into a large empire, and then declined again. A major upheaval has affected Kanem. Faced with internal revolt and nomadic invasion from the east, a king moved south with his loyal followers and set up a new state in Bornu.

Islam has continued to spread. For example, during the 14th century the rulers of the Hausa city-states accepted Islam. The cities of the western savannah lands have become centres of Muslim scholarship.

New states have been formed amongst the Mossi people of the northern fringes of the forest region. These have become middlemen in the trade between the savannah and the forest. In the latter, Benin is now a flourishing city, and in Yorubaland, the city of Oyo was founded in 14th century, The West African trading networks have now reached the coast.

Large-scale immigration of Arabs into North Africa have made this region largely Arab-speaking.

Central Africa

Hausa Kingdoms

(Settlement) (Capital City) Houssa

Sub-Saharan Africa

Arabia

Egypt

(Place) Great Pyramid of Osiris

Nile

(Settlement) Crocodilopolis "City of Crocodiles"

Hafsid Kingdom (Sultanate of Tunis)

Merina Kingdom (Madagascar)

Asia

Turkey (The Ottoman Empire)

(Settlement - Capital City) Edirne

Arzawa

Byzantium

Miletus

Pergamum

Phrygia

Troy

Middle East

Iraq

Syria and Palestine

Iran

Fertile Cresent

(Settlement) Sodom and Gomorrah "Sin Cities"

East Asia

India and South Asia

Ahom kingdom

Kachari Kingdom

Sutiya Kingdom

The Sutiya Kingdom is a state on the Indian subcontinent. The kingdom absorbed the ancient Pal dynasty of Kamarupa who reign from its capital at Sadiya.

Vijayanagara Empire

Capital Vijayanagara

Languages Kannada, Telugu

Religion

Government Monarchy

King

The Vijayanagara Empire is based in the Deccan Plateau region in South India.

Delhi Sultanate

Languages Persian

Religion

Government Sultanate

The Delhi Sultanate stretchs over large parts of the Indian subcontinent. The sultanate is noted for being one of the few states to repel an attack from the Orc Empire.

Kingdom of Mysore (Subordinate to Vijayanagara Empire)

Coat of arms

Capital Mysore, Srirangapatna

Languages

Religion

Government Monarchy

A kingdom in southern India, ruled by the Wodeyar family, as a vassal state of the Vijayanagara Empire.

(Place) Taj Mahal

South Asia

(Trade Route) Silk Road

Ming Empire

(Place) The Forbidden City

(Place) The Great Wall

Tibet

(Wilderness Area) Himalayas

(Wilderness Area) Gobi Desert

Korea

South East Asia

Japan

Monster Island

The Empire of the Orcs

Antarctica

Oceania

Terra Australis

(Wilderness Area) Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef system composing of over 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands. The reef is located in the Coral Sea, off the coast of Terra Australis.

Hollow Earth

A cross-sectional drawing of the planet Earth showing the "Interior World" of Atvatabar, from William R. Bradshaw's 1892 science-fiction novel The Goddess of Atvatabar

The planet Earth contains a substantial interior space. t has a hollow shell about 800 km (500 mi) thick. Two central interior suns named Pluto and Proserpine provide light the atmosphere inside. The interior was connected with the surface by an opening in the Arctic with openings about 2,300 km (1,400 mi) across at both poles escaping gas causes the Aurora Borealis.

Anna Boberg : Northern Lights. Study from North Norway

It is inhabited by advanced inner-Earth civilizations and prehistoric species. There are an ancient cities such as Shamballa and Agartha located inside the Earth.

Cities exist beneath a desert, which is where the people of Atlantis moved.

In Ireland there are tunnels leading to the land of the subterranean Tuatha Dé Danann, who introduced Druidism to Ireland, and then went back underground.

The Angami Naga tribes of India claim that their ancestors emerged in ancient times from a subterranean land inside the Earth.

The Taino from Cuba believe their ancestors emerged in ancient times from two caves in a mountain underground.

Natives of the Trobriand Islands believe that their ancestors had come from a subterranean land through a cavern hole called "Obukula". Mexican folklore also tells of a cave in a mountain five miles south of Ojinaga, and that Mexico is possessed by devilish creatures who came from inside the Earth.

Mountains located between Eisenach and Gin Germany hold a portal to the inner Earth. The Samoyeds, an ancient Siberian tribe, traveled to an underground cavern city to live inside the Earth.

In Native American mythology, it is said that the ancestors of the Mandan people in ancient times emerged from a subterranean land through a cave at the north side of the Missouri River. There is a tunnel in in Arizona near Cedar Creek which leads inside the Earth to a land inhabited by a mysterious tribe. The tribes of the Iroquois that their ancient ancestors emerged from a subterranean world inside the Earth. The elders of the Hopi people believe that a Sipapu entrance in the Grand Canyon exists which leads to the underworld.

Brazilian Indians, who live alongside the Parima River in Brazil, claim that their forefathers emerged in ancient times from an underground land, and that many of their ancestors still remained inside the Earth. Ancestors of the Inca supposedly came from underground caves which are located east of Cuzco, Peru.

Le Clerc Milfort led a journey with hundreds of Creek Indians to a series of caverns near the Red River above the junction of the Mississippi river. The original Creek Indian ancestors are believed to have emerged out to the surface of the Earth in ancient times from the caverns. Milfort also claimed the caverns they saw "could easily contain 15,000 – 20,000 families."

Humanity originated on a continent in the Arctic called Hyperborea, both the Eskimo and Mongolian peoples had come from the interior of the Earth through an entrance at the North pole.

A subterranean kingdom that exists inside the Earth known as Agharti. A robot was seen entering a subterranean tunnel below a monastery in Mongolia. Kolosimo also claimed a light was seen from underground in Azerbaijan. The Hollow Earth, exemplifies the idea of UFOs coming from inside the earth. It contains the fate of Atlantis and the origin of flying saucers. The inhabitants of Atlantis took refuge in the Earth's interior before the city was destroyed in great calamity. It was Atlanteans who piloted the flying machines known in ancient India as vimanas and in the modern world as flying saucers.The Atlanteans became concerned that radioactive air might flow into the world's interior, and so some emerged in their flying saucers in an act of self-defense. 100,000 years of dragons, dwarves, the dead, lost races & UFOs from inside the Earth. A superior pre-historic race had built a honeycomb of caves in the Earth, and that their degenerate descendants, known as "Dero", live there still, using the fantastic machines abandoned by the ancient races to torment those of us living on the surface. As one characteristic of this torment, Shaver described "voices" that purportedly came from no explainable source. Thousands of readers wrote to affirm that they, too, had heard the fiendish voices from inside the Earth. The Hollow Earth idea based on alleged tunnel systems beneath South America and Central Asia. Other than the North and South poles, entrances in locations which have been cited include: Paris in France, Staffordshire in England, Montreal in Canada, Hangchow in China, and the Amazon Rainforest. Adolf Hitler and some of his followers escaped to hollow lands within the Earth after World War II via an entrance in Antarctica. Hell knights are interested by Hollow Earth ideas and have sent several expeditions. the center of the spherical star-filled cavern.

Agartha

Atlantis

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