Maps

More will be added as they become important to the story.

Atreya
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Area: ~183,000 sq. km.
Population: ~44 million
Capital city: Sescoria


Sair
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Area: ~612,000 sq. km.
Population: ~91 million
Capital city: Aguarey


Eloa (continent)
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Area: ~33,000,000 sq. km.
Population: ~2.3 billion
Largest country: Intar
Most populated country: Steccat
Highest population density: Jesbol
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Other mentioned countries:
Callum
Calthos
Corrico
Dozer
Horsht
Intar
Jesbol
Kahm
Kavia
Korgum
Lorent
Melmoore
Rendon
Snider
Vaeland

Mentioned continents:
Eloa
Ardora
Qenghis
Luugh

Name of the planet:
Eleg

14 comments:

  1. What exactly are the heights and/or distances of the White a Casmere Mountains?
    Also what Earth Country is Sescoria primarily based off of?

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    1. I didn't have any particular real world country in mind when I conceived Atreya. Obviously, though, a case could be made that it pulls from various western nations.

      White Mountains' tallest is Mt. Boress: 3,249 m. (10,659 ft.)
      Casmere Mountains' tallest is Mt. Freema: 2,217 m. (7,274 ft.)

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    2. I find it very Greek/American with other countries thrown in just for fum

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    3. Where is vaeland relative to atreya?

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    4. Vaeland is to the southeast of Atreya. Not too horribly far, either.

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  2. Is Eleg's wildlife the same as Earth's or are there plants and animals that you made up?

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    1. There're a few unearthly lifeforms out there, yeah, but for the most part, it's the same. Won't crop up for a while, though.

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    1. What defines the border of each country? In the real world, borders are usually set on rivers or mountain ranges. If there is none nearby, they are either created through war and fort construction (in which the borders are craggy) or by treaty (usually creating a straight line).

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  4. So... Mr. Frost... ever tried saying Horsht out loud? You know what it sounds like right? Did you do that on purpose or...

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    1. Ever tried saying Fucking, Austria out loud? That one sounds vaguely like a bad word, but I can't quite remember which...

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    2. So you did that on purpose then? Is that what you're trying to say?
      Very mature. Good job.
      (Also I've been thinking about this and I can't figure out what you seem to think Autria sounds like. Google doesn't know either.)

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  5. just want to throw out a congratulations for the all you've got so far (its fine if you ignore this)

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