List of fantasy worlds

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This is a partial list of fictional fantasy worlds, according to the medium they appear in:

Novels and short stories[edit]

 

A[edit]

  • The Abarat – a fictional archipelago in Clive Barker's Abarat series
  • Abeir-Toril – Planet on which the Dungeons and Dragons' campaign settings and novels, Forgotten Realms, Maztica, and Al Qadim are set.
  • Alagaësia – a continent in Christopher Paolini's The Inheritance Cycle and in The Fork, the Witch, and the Worm (Tales from Alagaësia)
  • Alastor – Jack Vance's Alastor Cluster stories
  • Alera – Jim Butcher's Codex Alera series
  • All-World – Stephen King's The Dark Tower
  • Amber – Roger Zelazny's The Chronicles of Amber novels, also a Tabletop role-playing game.
  • Amtor – Edgar Rice Burroughs' Venus series
  • Anarres – The Dispossessed: An Ambiguous Utopia by Ursula K. Le Guin
  • Arbre – Neal Stephenson novel Anathem
  • Ancelstierre – Old Kingdom book series by Garth Nix
  • Arda – J. R. R. Tolkien novels
  • Arde - a fictional planet in A. K. Dewdney's The Planiverse
  • Arrakis - a fictional planet in Frank Herbert's Dune
  • Artime – The Unwanteds series by Lisa McMann
  • Avalon – Aprilynne Pike's Wings series
  • Avantia – Adam Blade's Beast Quest series and The Chronicles of Avantia
  • Averoigne – Clark Ashton Smith stories
  • Azeroth – Warcraft series
  • Azuhr – mentioned in three books by German author Bernhard Hennen

B[edit]

  • Barsoom – Edgar Rice Burroughs John Carter novels, also a Tabletop role-playing game.
  • Bas-Lag – China Miéville novels
  • Bayern – The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale
  • Bellezza – Mary Hoffman novels
  • Blest – Diana Wynne Jones Magid novels
  • Brobdingnag – Jonathan Swift – Gulliver's Travels
  • Broken Empire – Mark Lawrence novels

C[edit]

  • Cairnholm – in Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs
  • Camelot – legendary kingdom in medieval literature (often used in today's books, films and TV series)
  • Cantre'r Gwaelod – a legendary sunken kingdom, mentioned in The Misfortunes of Elphin (1829) by Thomas Love Peacock, also mentioned in modern literature, music and art
  • Carthya – Jennifer Nielsen's The False Prince book one in The Ascendance Trilogy
  • Cenobite realm - The Hellbound Heart by Clive Barker
  • The Charming Kingdom – The Land of Stories series by Chris Colfer
  • Charn – C. S. Lewis novels
  • Cimmeria – Robert E. Howard's Conan The Barbarian novels and short stories
  • Cittàgazze – a fictional city in His Dark Materials series by Philip Pullman
  • The City – The Brief History of the Dead by Kevin Brockmeier
  • Cloud – novels by Greer Gilman
  • The Continent – Andrzej Sapkowski's The Witcher series
  • Co:pern:ica – Chris d'Lacey's Last Dragon Chronicles
  • Cornucopia – J. K. Rowling's The Ickabog
  • Corona – R.A. Salvatore (The DemonWars Saga and The Highwayman)

D[edit]

  • Daia – The Elven series by Bernhard Hennen
  • Dalemark – Dalemark Quartet by Diana Wynne Jones
  • Damar – Robin McKinley novels
  • Darkover – Marion Zimmer Bradley novels
  • Deltora – Emily Rodda novels
  • Demonata universe – the Darren Shan novels
  • Dinotopia – James Gurney novels
  • Discworld – Terry Pratchett novels (also three video games)
  • The Dream Archipelago – Christopher Priest (novelist)'s novels (The Affirmation, The Islanders) and stories (An Infinite Summer, The Dream Archipelago)
  • Dream Country - The BFG by Roald Dahl
  • Dreamlands – stories by H. P. Lovecraft and others, also a Tabletop role-playing game.
  • Dum Land – Walt Disney's creations
  • Dying Earth – The Dying Earth novels by Jack Vance

E[edit]

  • Earthsea – Ursula K. Le Guin novels
  • Eärea – R. Scott Bakker novels
  • Eden – John Caird's Children of Eden
  • The Edge – The Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart
  • Eidolsad – Jane Johnson novels
  • Elantris – fictional city in Brandon Sanderson's Elantris
  • Elendel – Brandon Sanderson's Mistborn
  • Elfhame - Holly Black's The Folk of the Air
  • Elflands - The Goblin Emperor by Katherine Addison
  • Ellesméra – Christopher Paolini's Inheritance Cycle
  • Ember – The City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau
  • Emelan – Tamora Pierce novels
  • Empire of the Celestial Dragons – Alison Goodman's Eon
  • Enwor – mentioned in a series of books by German writer Wolfgang Hohlbein
  • Ere – L. E. Modesitt, Jr.'s Spellsong Cycle novels
  • Eretz – Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy by Laini Taylor
  • Erilea – Sarah J. Maas's Throne of Glass
  • Estarion – Setting of Cerebus the Aardvark by Dave Sim
  • Everworld – K. A. Applegate novels

F[edit]

  • Fablehaven - Fablehaven series by Brandon Mull
  • Farsala - Farsala by Hilari Bell
  • Faerie – Holly Black's "The Cruel Prince"
  • Faërie – J. R. R. Tolkien novels
  • Fairyland – Daisy Meadow's Rainbow Magic series
  • Fairyland – Terry Pratchett's The Wee Free Men
  • Faltha – Russell Kirkpatrick's Fire of Heaven trilogy
  • Fantastica – Michael Ende's The Neverending Story novel
  • Fillory – Lev Grossman's "The Magicians" trilogy
  • Fionavar – Guy Gavriel Kay novels
  • The Four Corners of Civilization – novels by Patrick Rothfuss (The Kingkiller Chronicle)
  • The Four Lands – Terry Brooks' Shannara novels

G[edit]

  • Ga'hoole – from the fantasy book series Guardians of Ga'Hoole by Kathryn Lasky
  • The galaxy – Star Wars franchise
  • Gamearth - Gamearth trilogy by Kevin J. Anderson
  • Gezeitenwelt (World of Tides) – Magus Magellan novels
  • Giant Country - The BFG by Roald Dahl
  • Glorantha – Greg Stafford's setting used by board games, Tabletop role-playing games, novels and a computer game.
  • Gondwane – Lin Carter fantasy series
  • Gor – John Norman's "Gor " saga
  • Gramarye - Christopher Stasheff's The Warlock in Spite of Himself
  • Greater Greensward – E.D Baker's The Frog Princess Series
  • Great Shangazi - The Song of the Shattered Sands series by Bradley Beaulieu
  • Green–sky – Zilpha Keatley Snyder novels
  • Grishaverse – Leigh Bardugo's Six of Crows and other stories

H[edit]

  • Halla – D. J. MacHale's Pendragon novels
  • Helliconia – Brian Aldiss series of novels
  • The Hidden Land – Pamela Dean's Secret Country trilogy
  • Houyhnhnms' land - Jonathan Swift – Gulliver's Travels
  • Hyborian Age – Robert E. Howard's Conan The Barbarian novels and short stories
  • Hypolita – Stuart Hill's The Icemark Chronicles
  • Hyrule – Nintendo's Legend of Zelda (Hyrule Historia and artbooks)

I[edit]

  • The Icemark – Stuart Hill's The Icemark Chronicles
  • Inkworld – Cornelia Funke – the Inkheart trilogy
  • Ithania – Trudi Canavan – the Age of the Five saga
  • Ithrea – The Doomspell Trilogy by Cliff McNish

J[edit]

  • Jimballa – sunken continent in Jim Button and Luke the Engine Driver by Michael Ende
  • Jumanji – The world in the Jumanji fantasy children's picture book by Chris Van Allsburg

K[edit]

  • Kara-TurDungeons and Dragons Forgotten Realms Oriental Adventures novels
  • Karse – Mercedes Lackey – Valdemar Novels
  • Kelewan – Raymond E. Feist & Janny Wurts – Empire Trilogy
  • Keltia – Patricia Kennealy-Morrison – The Keltiad novels
  • Kildenree – The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale
  • Known Space – Larry Niven – The setting of many science fiction novels, such as Ringworld, also a Tabletop role-playing game.
  • The Known World – George R. R. Martin novels
  • Krynn – Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman, and numerous others – Dragonlance novels
  • Kyralia – Trudi Canavan – The Black Magician trilogy

L[edit]

  • The Land – Stephen R. Donaldson novels
  • Landover – Terry Brooks' Magic Kingdom of Landover stories
  • Land of Stories – The Land of Stories series by Chris Colfer
  • Laputa - Jonathan Swift – Gulliver's Travels
  • Lavondyss – Journey to an Unknown Region – Robert Holdstock
  • Lenfell - Exiles trilogy by Melanie Rawn
  • Lilliput and Blefuscu – Jonathan Swift – Gulliver's Travels
  • Lodoss – Ryo Mizuno – novels
  • Lower Elements – Artemis Fowl series by Eoin Colfer
  • Lower Middle Earth – the setting for the parody of J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth, Bored of the Rings, by the Harvard Lampoon
  • Lyra's World – Northern Lights by Philip Pullman
  • Lyrian – Beyonders by Brandon Mull

M[edit]

  • Macroverse - It by Stephen King
  • Magic Moon – Wolfgang and Heike Hohlbein's Magic Moon novels
  • Magonia – Maria Dahvana Headley novels
  • Malazan World – Steven Erikson's Malazan Books of the Fallen novels
  • Maras Dantia - Orcs: First Blood by Stan Nicholls
  • Martial Empire - An Ember in the Ashes series by Sabaa Tahir
  • Matoran Universe – Bionicle
  • Midcyru – Brent Weeks' Night Angel Trilogy
  • Middle-earth – J. R. R. Tolkien novels
  • MiddleGate – Rae Bridgman children's novels
  • Midkemia – Raymond E. Feist – Riftwar saga novels
  • Mid-World – Stephen King – The Dark Tower
  • MirrorWorld – Cornelia Funke's Reckless series
  • Mistmantle island – M.I. McAllister – The Mistmantle Chronicles novels
  • Mithgar – Dennis L. McKiernan The Iron Tower novels
  • Moominland – The Moomins by Tove Jansson
  • Moonacre Valley – Elizabeth Goudge – The Little White Horse novel
  • Morrowland – Jim Button and Luke the Engine Driver by Michael Ende
  • Morven – a fictional kingdom in Ossian by James Macpherson
  • Mossflower – Brian Jacques – Redwall novels
  • Muddle Earth – Paul Stewart
  • Multiverse - Stories by Stephen King
  • The Multiverse – Michael Moorcock novels
  • Murkeley – mentioned in stories by German author Hans Fallada
  • Worlds of Myst – mentioned in The Myst Reader (The Book of Atrus, The Book of Ti'ana and The Book of D'ni) by Rand Miller, Robyn Miller and David Wingrove, based on the video game series Myst by Cyan Worlds

N[edit]

  • Naheulbeuk - The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk by John Lang
  • Nankān – dark fantasy world mentioned in a book by German author Markus Heitz
  • Narnia – C. S. Lewis novels
  • Nazar – Danish-Norwegian Ludvig Holberg's 1741 novel Niels Klim's Underground Travels
  • Nedarra - Endlings series by Katherine Applegate
  • Nehwon – Fritz Leiber stories
  • Neverland – J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan novel
  • Nevermore – Jessica Townsend's Nevermore (series)
  • Nevernever – Jim Butcher's Dresden Files series
  • Nevèryon – The setting of Samuel R. Delany's Return To Nevèryon series
  • The New and Old Worlds – Terry Goodkind novels
  • The Northern Kingdom – The Land of Stories series by Chris Colfer
  • Nyeusigrube – Amelia Atwater-Rhodes novels
  • Nyumbani – Charles R. Saunders novels

O[edit]

  • Oerth – Gary Gygax and others – Greyhawk novels
  • Og – novel by Pierre Burton
  • Old Kingdom – Old Kingdom book series by Garth Nix
  • One Hundred Acre Woods - Winnie the Pooh
  • Ool – The Doomspell Trilogy by Cliff McNish
  • Oompa-Loompa Land – Roald Dahl novels
  • Orïsha – Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi
  • Osten Ard – Tad Williams novels
  • Other World - Coraline by Neil Gaiman
  • Overworld - Heroes Die by Matthew Stover
  • Oz – novels by L. Frank Baum and others

P[edit]

  • Pandemia – A Man of His Word by Dave Duncan
  • Panem – Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games novels
  • Pegana – stories by Lord Dunsany
  • Pellinor – Alison Croggon novels
  • Pellucidar – Edgar Rice Burroughs novels
  • Perilous Realm – J. R. R. Tolkien novels
  • Pern – Anne McCaffrey Dragonrider novels
  • Polnya – Uprooted
  • Polypontian Empire – Stuart Hill's The Icemark Chronicles
  • Prydain – Lloyd Alexander novel
  • Prythian – Sarah J. Maas's A Court of Thorns and Roses
  • Pyrrhia – Tui Sutherland Wings of Fire novels

Q[edit]

  • Quill – The Unwanteds series by Lisa McMann

R[edit]

  • Randland – Robert Jordan novels (The Wheel of Time series)
  • Ravka - Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo
  • The Realm – Wayne Thomas Batson's The Door Within Trilogy
  • The Realm of the Elderlings – Robin Hobb novels
  • Rim of Heaven – Dragon Rider
  • Riverworld – Philip Jose Farmer's Riverworld series
  • Rokugan – Legend of the Five Rings
  • Roshar – The Stormlight Archive by Brandon Sanderson
  • Rosya – Uprooted

S[edit]

  • Sacoridia – Kristen Britain's Green Rider series
  • Sartorias-deles – Sherwood Smith novels
  • Scadrial – Brandon Sanderson's Mistborn series
  • Sel – fictional planet where Elantris and The Emperor's Soul by Brandon Sanderson takes place
  • Seven Realms – Cinda Williams Chima novels
  • Shadowrealm – The Secret of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel series by Michael Scott
  • Shadow World - Cassandra Clare's The Shadowhunter Chronicles
  • Sitara – fictional planet in Karl May's later works
  • Slumberland - Winsor McCay's Little Nemo in Slumberland series
  • Southern Continent – Sarah J. Maas Throne of Glass series
  • Spiderwick – The Spiderwick Chronicles by Tony Diterlizzi and Holly Black
  • Starbordia – Chris Colfer novels

T[edit]

  • Tamriel – The Elder Scrolls: The Infernal City and Lord of Souls by Greg Keyes, based on the video game series The Elder Scrolls
  • Temerant – novels by Patrick Rothfuss (The Kingkiller Chronicle)
  • Terabithia – Katherine Paterson's Bridge to Terabithia
  • The Territories - The Talisman by Stephen King and Peter Straub
  • Thedas – Dragon Age: The Stolen Throne and Dragon Age: The Calling by David Gaider, based on the video game series Dragon Age
  • Thieves World – stories by Robert Lynn Asprin and others, also a Tabletop role-playing game.
  • Tir – Cecilia Dart-Thornton's Crowthistle Chronicles
  • Toril – Dungeons and Dragons Forgotten Realms novels
  • Tortall – Tamora Pierce novels
  • Tralfamadore – Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut
  • Trelian – Michelle Knudsen's The Dragon of Trelian trilogy
  • Tschai – Planet of Adventure novels by Jack Vance
  • Tyria – Guild Wars novels (Ghosts of Ascalon by Matt Forbeck and Jeff Grubb, Edge of Destiny by J. Robert King, and Sea of Sorrows by Ree Soesbee)

U[edit]

  • Ulldart – fictional continent in a series of books by German author Markus Heitz
  • Underland – The Underland Chronicles by Suzanne Collins
  • Underworld – Percy Jackson & the Olympians series by Rick Riordan
  • Unified Realm – Blood Song by Anthony Ryan[1]
  • Urras – The Dispossessed: An Ambiguous Utopia by Ursula K. Le Guin
  • Uriel – Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle

W[edit]

  • Weaveorld – Clive Barker's Weaveworld
  • Weld – Emily Rodda's The Golden Door
  • Westeros – George R. R. Martin novels
  • Whangdoodleland – The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles novel by Julie Andrews
  • Whoville – Stories by Dr. Seuss
  • Witch World – High Hallack Cycle by Andre Norton
  • The Wizarding World – Harry Potter series by English novelist J.K. Rowling
  • The Wood between the Worlds - The Magicians Nephew, C. S. Lewis
  • Wonderland – Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking–Glass (Looking-Glass Land is part of Wonderland)
  • World of the Three Moons – stories by Bradley, May, and Norton

X[edit]

  • Xanadu – Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poem Kubla Khan
  • Xanth – Piers Anthony novels

Z[edit]

  • Zamonia – from The 13½ Lives of Captain Bluebear, The City of Dreaming Books, and The Alchemaster's Apprentice; all novels by Walter Moers
  • Zimiamvia – from the Zimiamvian Trilogy novels by Eric Rücker Eddison
  • Zothique – Clark Ashton Smith stories

Comics and graphic novels[edit]

  • Alternia – Andrew Hussie's Homestuck
  • Asgard – Marvel Comics
  • Avalon – Marvel Comics
  • Estarcion – Cerebus comics
  • The Four Nations – Avatar: The Last Airbender & The Legend of Korra
  • Dark Dimension – Marvel Comics
  • Dark Lands – The Mice Templar
  • The Dreaming - The Sandman
  • Fairyland - I Hate Fairyland
  • Greenworld - Spawn
  • The Homelands - Fables
  • Jotunheim – Marvel Comics
  • Kandrakar – W.I.T.C.H comics
  • Mazeworld – Mazeworld
  • Neverwhere - Den
  • Olympus – Marvel Comics
  • Quin – Sojourn comics
  • Riverdale (Archie Comics) – Archie Comics
  • Themyscira – DC Comics
  • World of Two Moons – Elfquest comics

Film and television[edit]

A[edit]

  • Alfea – Winx, from Rainbow S.r.l
  • Altair IV - Forbidden Planet
  • Altea – Voltron: Legendary Defender
  • Amphibia – Amphibia
  • Andalasia – Enchanted film
  • Arcadia Oaks – Tales of Arcadia franchise
  • Arendelle – Frozen film by Disney Animation Studios
  • Asgard - Marvel Cinematic Universe
  • Atlantika – from the Filipino television series of the same Name
  • Avila "Mulawin" – Filipino television series

B[edit]

  • Beast Kingdom - The Boy and the Beast
  • Beach City - Steven Universe TV show
  • Bikini Bottom – SpongeBob SquarePants TV show
  • The Boiling Isles – The Owl House
  • Bricksburg - The Lego Movie

C[edit]

  • Caprica – Caprica Syfy channel
  • Cat Island - A Whisker Away
  • Cat Kingdom – The Cat Returns
  • Crematoria – Prison world in The Chronicles of Riddick
  • Cloud Cuckoo Land - The Lego Movie
  • Cuckoo Land – from the children's TV series Jamie and the Magic Torch
  • Cybertron - Transformers

D[edit]

  • Dark Dimension - Doctor Strange
  • Darklands – Tales of Arcadia franchise
  • Dreamland - Disenchantment
  • Drool – The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl

E[edit]

  • Encantadia – Philippines television series
  • Elmore- Fictional city of The Amazing World of Gumball
  • The Enchanted Forest/Misthaven – ABC's Once Upon a Time
  • Eos – Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV
  • Eternia – The mythical world of the Masters of the Universe animated series.
  • Etheria – The mythical world of the She-Ra: Princess of Power animated series.
  • Equestria – My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic TV series

F[edit]

  • Fantasia – The NeverEnding Story movies
  • FernGully – A rainforest inhabited by fairies from FernGully: The Last Rainforest

G[edit]

  • Gaea – Escaflowne
  • Gallifrey – The mythical world of the Time Lords in the BBC TV series Doctor Who
  • The Grid - Tron and Tron: Legacy
  • Guk – The home planet of the Alien Robots in Terrahawks

H[edit]

  • Helion Prime – Primary planet in the Helion system which the Capital is New Mecca and the main location in the movie The Chronicles of Riddick

I[edit]

J[edit]

  • Jotunheim - Thor
  • Jumanji – Jumanji

K[edit]

  • Krull – Krull
  • Kumandra - Raya and the Last Dragon

L[edit]

  • The Labyrinth - Labyrinth
  • Luminaire – Skeleton Warriors

M[edit]

  • Magikland - Main setting from the film of the same name
  • Magix – Main setting of the Winx Club
  • Metalonia - Ronal the Barbarian
  • Mewni – Star Butterfly's home dimension in Star vs. the Forces of Evil
  • The Mirror Dimension – Doctor Strange, Avengers: Infinity War
  • Moonacre Valley – The Secret of Moonacre film
  • The Moors – Maleficent
  • Middle-Earth – Lord of the Rings The place in which the famous movie trilogy is set in (which is based on J.R.R Tolkien’s book series).
  • Middle Zealand - The Lego Movie
  • Munty - Zapped

N[edit]

  • Netherworld – A place where are sent people under sleeping curse in Once Upon a Time
  • Neverland – home of Peter Pan and the lost boys (book, movie, etc.)
  • New Mushroomton - Onward
  • New Texas – Home of BraveStarr
  • Ninjago - Ninjago
  • Norheim – Norsemen TV series
  • Narnia – from The Chronicles of Narnia (book and movie)

O[edit]

  • Ooo – The land in which the Adventure Time cartoon series takes place 1,000 thousand years after event of "The Mushroom War"
  • The Other Realm – Sabrina the Teenage Witch (TV Series)

P[edit]

  • Pandora – Avatar
  • Pelamar – BBC's Through the Dragon's Eye
  • Pejite – country in Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind by Studio Ghibli
  • Prysmos – Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light television series

Q[edit]

R[edit]

  • Realm of Oni and Dragons - Ninjago (TV series)
  • Remnant – RWBY Web Series

S[edit]

  • Shadow Realm – Tales of Arcadia franchise
  • Skullbania - Fangbone!
  • Smurf Village – The Smurfs
  • Spirit Realm – Spirited Away
  • Storybrooke – ABC's Once Upon a Time

T[edit]

  • Teletubbyland - Home of the teletubbies in Teletubbies
  • Terra Nova - Colony across a temporal rift 85 million years ago, resembling Earth's Cretaceous Period.
  • Third Earth – Adopted home of the Thundercats from the children's TV series
  • Thra – The Dark Crystal film
  • Tron system - Tron and Tron: Legacy
  • Toontown – Home of all the cartoon characters in Who Framed Roger Rabbit'

U[edit]

  • Ultron - My Hero
  • The Uncharted Territories – Farscape television series
  • The Unknown – Over the Garden Wall
  • The Upside down – fictional place in the television series Stranger Things
  • Urland – Dragonslayer

V[edit]

  • Vanagard, Vanaheim – How To Train Your Dragon movies
  • "The Verse" – informal name for the colonized universe from Firefly
  • Videoland - Captain N: The Game Master
  • Void Between Worlds – Tales of Arcadia franchise

W[edit]

  • Westeros - From the TV series Game of Thrones based on George R.R. Martin’s book series, A Song of Ice and Fire.
  • Wheelie World – From the children's TV series Chorlton and the Wheelies
  • Widge – BBC's Through the Dragon's Eye
  • Wonderland - From the movie Alice in Wonderland
  • Wonderland - Final Fantasy: Unlimited

X[edit]

Y[edit]

Z[edit]

Table-top gaming[edit]

 

A[edit]

  • Abeir-Toril – Forgotten Realms novels and Dungeons & Dragons RPG (includes Faerûn, Kara-Tur, Maztica and Zakhara)
  • Andor – Legends of Andor RPG by Michael Menzel
  • Aebrynis – Birthright novels and Dungeons & Dragons RPG
  • Aldea – Blue Rose RPG; d20 system
  • Aldrazar – Hackmaster RPG
  • Archaeus – Talislanta RPG and d20 system
  • Athas – Dark Sun; Dungeons & Dragons RPG

B[edit]

  • Blackmoor – Dungeons and Dragons RPG

C[edit]

  • Caen – Iron Kingdoms RPG
  • Catan – Settlers of Catan
  • Creation – Exalted RPG

D[edit]

  • Demiplane of Dread – Ravenloft; Dungeons & Dragons RPG – dimension of gothic horror
  • Dominaria – Magic: The Gathering card game

E[edit]

  • Eberron – Dungeons & Dragons RPG
  • Ethra – The Dark Eye RPG (includes Aventuria, Myranor, Uthuria and Vaestenland)
  • Exandria – Critical Role setting (Dungeons and Dragons)

F[edit]

  • Far-The-Earth – Night Wizard RPG
  • Fatlend – Edwin A. Abbott
  • Forcelia – Sword World RPG

G[edit]

  • Glorantha – Runequest and HeroQuest RPGs
  • Golarion – Paizo's Setting for Pathfinder roleplaying game, multi-massive roleplaying computer game

H[edit]

I[edit]

J[edit]

  • JoruneSkyrealms of Jorune roleplaying game
  • Jund – Magic: The Gathering card game

K[edit]

  • Kamigawa – Magic: The Gathering card game
  • Kelestia – Harn RPG
  • Krynn – Dragonlance games and novels, Dungeons & Dragons RPG
  • Kulthea (Shadow World) – Rolemaster RPG

L[edit]

  • Lands of the Diamond Throne – Arcana Evolved; d20 system
  • Legend – Dragon Warriors RPG
  • Lejendary Earth – Lejendary Adventure RPG
  • Lore – Dragon Fable RPG

M[edit]

  • Magnamund – Lone Wolf gamebooks and d20 system
  • Mallus – Warhammer Fantasy Battle
  • Minaria – Divine Right board game
  • Mirrodin – Magic: The Gathering card game
  • Mystara – Dungeons & Dragons RPG

N[edit]

  • New Europa – Castle Falkenstein and GURPS RPGs
  • The Ninth World – Numenera RPG

O[edit]

  • Oerth – Greyhawk; Dungeons & Dragons RPG
  • Old World and other places in the world of Warhammer – Warhammer Fantasy Battles, Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay and other tabletop miniature games by Games Workshop


P[edit]

Q[edit]

R[edit]

  • Ravnica – Magic: The Gathering card game
  • Rhune – "Rhune: Dawn of Twilight" – Pathfinder and Savage Worlds
  • Rifts – Rifts - Role playing game by Kevin Siembieda

S[edit]

  • Shandalar – Magic: The Gathering card game


T[edit]

  • Tarth – Evernight; Savage Worlds RPG
  • Tellene – Kingdoms of Kalamar; Dungeons & Dragons RPG
  • Terra de Santa Cruz – Desafio dos Bandeirantes a Brazilian RPG published by GSA Ltda, a Brazilian folklore setting.
  • Tékumel – Empire of the Petal Throne RPG
  • Thra – The Dark Crystal franchise
  • Titan – Fighting Fantasy gamebooks and RPG

U[edit]

  • Uresia – Big Eyes, Small Mouth and d20 system RPGs

V[edit]

W[edit]

  • Wilderlands – Dungeons and Dragons, d20 system and Castles and Crusades
  • World of Darkness from the series of tabletop role-playing games of the same name.

X[edit]

Y[edit]

  • Yrth – GURPS setting
  • The Young Kingdoms – Michael Moorcock – Elric of Melnibone

Z[edit]

  • Zendikar – Magic: The Gathering card game

Computer and video games[edit]


A[edit]

  • Aeternum – New World
  • Aether – Rivals of Aether
  • Agora – Paragon
  • Alberia – Dragalia Lost
  • Albion – Fable series by Lionhead Studios
  • Alrest – Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • Amalur – Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning
  • Anachronox – Anachronox
  • Ancaria – Sacred
  • Angel Land – Kid Icarus series
  • Antaloor – Two Worlds series
  • Arborea – TERA MMORPG
  • Arcadia/Stark – two parallel worlds in Dreamfall: The Longest Journey
  • Arcanum – Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura
  • Ardra - Final Fantasy Brave Exvius and War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius
  • Argus – Warcraft series
  • Ashan – Might and Magic (Ubisoft continuity)
  • Ashina – Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice by FromSoftware
  • Astoltia – Dragon Quest X by Square Enix
  • Atreia – Aion: The Tower of Eternity MMORPG by NCSoft
  • Auldurant – Tales of the Abyss
  • Aura Kingdom – Aura Kingdom
  • Aurai – Outward
  • Aurbis (Mundus, Aetherius, and Oblivion) – the realm in which The Elder Scrolls series takes place
  • Avalar – Spyro the Dragon series
  • Axeoth – Heroes of Might and Magic IV – the world, to which the inhabitants of Enroth had to move after the Reckoning
  • Azeroth – Warcraft series

B[edit]

  • Balandor – White Knight Chronicles
  • Balduq - Ys IX: Monstrum Nox
  • Barnea – Soma Bringer
  • Berge – Hexyz Force
  • Blue Planet – Final Fantasy IV and its remake
  • Blobolonia – A Boy and His Blob: Trouble on Blobolonia, The Rescue of Princess Blobette, and A Boy and His Blob
  • Boletaria – Demon's Souls
  • Brütal Legend world - Brütal Legend
  • Bugdom - Bugdom

C[edit]

  • Caelestia – AdventureQuest
  • Calradia - The world in which the Mount & Blade series takes place
  • Canaan Islands - Ys VI: The Ark of Napishtim
  • Celceta - Ys: Memories of Celceta
  • Chantra – Archlord MMORPG
  • Chaosrealm – Mortal Kombat series
  • The City – Thief series
  • Columbia – a fictitious sky city in Bioshock Infinite
  • The Constant - Don't Starve
  • Corneria – the main planet of the Lylat System in Nintendo's Star Fox video game series
  • Corona – a kingdom in The Whispered World by Daedalic Entertainment
  • Cradle - Spiral Knights
  • Cronos – Heretic / Hexen series of relative DOOM engine computer games by ID Software
  • Cvstodia – Blasphemous

D[edit]

  • Dark Nexus – Heroes of the Storm
  • Dark World – The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
  • Demacia – League of Legends by Riot Games
  • Demon Realm - Elsword MMORPG
  • Deponia – fictional planet in Deponia by Daedalic Entertainment
  • Destiny Islands – Kingdom Hearts franchise
  • Digital Kingdom - Narita Boy
  • Dinosaur Planet - Star Fox Adventures
  • Dotnia Kingdom - 3D Dot Game Heroes
  • Draenor – Warcraft series
  • Draguria – Emerald Dragon
  • Drakan – Drakan series by Surreal Software
  • Drangleic – Dark Souls II
  • Dream Land – Kirby series
  • Dream World - Dragon Quest VI
  • Dyrwood – Pillars of Eternity
  • Dereth – Asheron's Call MMORPG computer game
  • D'ni – Myst series - a cavern under Earth's surface

E[edit]

  • Earthrealm – Mortal Kombat series
  • Edenia – Mortal Kombat series
  • Ehb – Dungeon Siege
  • Eisenwald – Legends of Eisenwald by Aterdux Entertainment
  • Ekzera – Songbringer
  • Elrios – Elsword MMORPG
  • Elysion - Elsword MMORPG
  • Elysium – Disco Elysium
  • End of the World – Kingdom Hearts franchise
  • Enroth – Heroes of Might and Magic III – the world, where most of events from Heroes of Might and Magic I, II and III take place.
  • Eo – SpellForce
  • Eora – Pillars of Eternity
  • Eos - Final Fantasy XV
  • Eorzea – Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn
  • Erdrea - Dragon Quest XI
  • Erenor – ArcheAge MMORPG
  • Esteria – Ys I: Ancient Ys Vanished
  • Europa - Valkyria Chronicles franchise by Sega
  • Excillant - Bravely Default 2

F[edit]

  • Faelands – Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning
  • Faerie Kingdom – Sorcery
  • Faranga – fictional island in Risen by Piranha Bytes
  • Felghana - Ys III: Wanderers from Ys and Ys: The Oath in Felghana
  • Felingard – Cat Quest
  • Filgaia – Wild Arms series
  • Final World – Kingdom Hearts franchise
  • Fódlan - Fire Emblem: Three Houses

G[edit]

  • Gaia - Final Fantasy VII and its remake, and Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII
  • Gaia - Final Fantasy IX
  • Gamindustri - Hyperdimension Neptunia
  • Gensokyo – Touhou Project series
  • Gielinor – RuneScape MMORPG
  • Glenwood - Tales of Zestiria
  • Glorianna – Quest for Glory
  • Gobbo Valley – Croc: Legend of the Gobbos
  • Golden Isle - Immortals Fenyx Rising
  • Gran Pulse - Final Fantasy XIII Final Fantasy XIII-2, and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII
  • Gransys – Dragon's Dogma
  • Grool - Bubble and Squeak
  • Grymoire - World of Final Fantasy

H[edit]

  • Halo Universe – Halo series
  • Hazath – DarkMaus
  • Heathmoor - For Honor
  • Henir's Time and Space - Elsword MMORPG
  • Hillys – Beyond Good & Evil
  • Hoenn – Region in the Pokémon series
  • Hollow Bastion – Kingdom Hearts franchise
  • Home – Undertale
  • Holodrum – The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons
  • Holy Midgand Empire - Tales of Berseria
  • Hydaelyn – Final Fantasy XIV and the earlier version of the game, and Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood
  • Hydeland – Dragon's Crown
  • Hyrule – The Legend of Zelda series by Nintendo
  • Hytopia – The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes

I[edit]

  • Iresia – Heroes of the Storm
  • Ishbahn – Emerald Dragon
  • The Iserian Continent – Of Orcs and Men series
  • Isle of Seiren – Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana
  • Isora - Spiral Knights
  • Ithersta – Fran Bow
  • Ivalice – Final Fantasy Tactics, Vagrant Story, Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, Final Fantasy XII

J[edit]

  • Jade Empire – Jade Empire
  • Johto – region in the Pokémon series

K[edit]

  • K'aresh – Warcraft series
  • Kanto and Kalos – regions in the Pokémon series
  • Keyblade Graveyard – Kingdom Hearts franchise
  • King's Crest – Heroes of the Storm
  • Kingdom of Altago - Ys Seven
  • Kingdom of Daventry – King's Quest
  • The Kingdom of Loathing – Kingdom of Loathing by Asymmetric Publications
  • Koholint Island - The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening and its remake
  • Koprulu Sector – StarCraft series

L[edit]

  • Labrynna – The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages
  • Land of Departure – Kingdom Hearts franchise
  • Land of the Dead – Grim Fandango
  • Lapis - Final Fantasy Brave Exvius and War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius
  • Lazulis Island – The Last Story
  • Lemuria – Child of Light
  • Lordran – Dark Souls
  • Lorule – The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
  • Lothric – Dark Souls III
  • Lore – AdventureQuest, AdventureQuest Worlds, DragonFable
  • Limbo – Devil May Cry
  • Luminaire – Skeleton Warriors
  • Lunatea – Klonoa 2: Lunatea's Veil
  • Luxendarc – Bravely Default
  • Luxoria – Heroes of the Storm
  • Lyndbaum – Summon Night RPG

M[edit]

  • Magalan – ELEX
  • Medeva – Summoner
  • Medici – Just Cause 3 of the Just Cause series
  • Melodia – HarmoKnight
  • Midgard – Drakengard series
  • Midgård – Magicka and Magicka 2
  • Milky Way (fictional) – Mass Effect
  • Mira – Xenoblade Chronicles X
  • Monster World - Wonder Boy series
  • Monster World - My Singing Monsters
  • Morning Land - Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg
  • Mousewood – The Night of the Rabbit by Daedalic Entertainment
  • Mushroom Kingdom – Super Mario series
  • Myrthana – Gothic series by Piranha Bytes
  • Myth Universe – Myth (series)
  • Myst worlds – like Myst Island (Myst), Riven (Myst: Riven), Amateria (Myst III: Exile), Tomahna (Myst IV: Revelation), Taghira (Myst V: End of Ages), and Teledahn (Uru: Ages Beyond Myst), the worlds in Myst are called "Ages", which the player can enter through special books
  • Mystralia - Mages of Mystralia

N[edit]

  • Nevareth – Cabal Online MMORPG
  • Nevendaar – Disciples
  • New Earth – Final Fantasy VIII
  • New Eden – EVE Online
  • Netherrealm – Mortal Kombat series
  • Nexus – WildStar
  • Nexus – Heroes of the Storm
  • Ni no Kuni - Ni no Kuni franchise
  • Nibel – Ori and the Blind Forest
  • Nippon (fictional) – Ōkami
  • Niwen - Ori and the Will of the Wisps
  • Nirn – The Elder Scrolls series by Bethesda Softworks
  • Norrath – EverQuest and EverQuest II
  • Nosgoth – Legacy of Kain

O[edit]

  • Oblivion – Primal
  • Oddworld planet – Oddworld series
  • Orderrealm – Mortal Kombat series
  • Orenia – Summoner
  • Orience – Final Fantasy Type-0, Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, Final Fantasy Awakening, and Final Fantasy Agito
  • Orsterra – Octopath Traveler
  • Outworld – Mortal Kombat series
  • Overworld – Minecraft

P[edit]

  • Palamecia - Mobius Final Fantasy
  • Pale City - Little Nightmares 2
  • Pandora – Borderlands
  • Pandyssian Continent – Dishonored by Arkane Studios
  • Parthoris – Heretic / Hexen series of relative DOOM engine computer games by ID Software
  • Phantomile – Klonoa: Door to Phantomile
  • Pixelonia - Adventures of Pip
  • Planescape Multiverse – Planescape
  • Pop Star – Kirby's home planet
  • Protectorate – Dragon Quest IX by Square Enix

Q[edit]

  • Quendor – Zork series
  • Quewar – Seek and Destroy

R[edit]

  • Radiata – Radiata Stories
  • Ragnanival – Odin Sphere - Role playing game by Atlus
  • Rapture – a fictitious underwater city – The Bioshock series
  • Raven Court – Heroes of the Storm
  • Reach - Halo
  • Realm - Paladins
  • Realm of Darkness – Kingdom Hearts franchise
  • Realm of Thingia - My Singing Monsters franchise
  • Reveria – Fantasy Life
  • Riven – Myst by Cyan Worlds
  • Runeterra – League of Legends by Riot Games
  • Rupeeland – Freshly-Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland

S[edit]

  • Sanctuary – Diablo series
  • Sansinukob – Bagani series[2]
  • Sequin Land - Shantae series
  • Sera – Gears of War
  • Sigil – Planescape: Torment
  • Silence – a parallel world between life and death in The Whispered World by Daedalic Entertainment
  • Silentia – The Whispered World
  • Sinnoh – region in the Pokémon series
  • Skyloft - The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
  • Source - Haven
  • Spira (Final Fantasy) – The world in which Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 takes place
  • Strangereal – The world in which the Ace Combat series takes place
  • Sudeki – world in Sudeki
  • Summoner's Rift – League of Legends by Riot Games
  • Syberia – fictional island in Syberia
  • Sylvarant & Tethe'alla – Tales of Symphonia

T[edit]

  • Taborea – Runes of Magic MMORPG
  • Taghira – Myst V: End of Ages by Cyan Worlds
  • Tamriel – The Elder Scrolls by Bethesda Softworks
  • Taranis – fictional island in Risen 3: Titan Lords by Piranha Bytes
  • Telara – Rift MMORPG
  • Terca Lumireis – Tales of Vesperia
  • Termina – The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
  • Terra - Final Fantasy IX
  • Teyvat – Genshin Impact
  • Thedas – Dragon Age series
  • Thumpieverse - My Singing Monsters franchise
  • Thyrion – Heretic / Hexen series of relative DOOM engine computer games by ID Software
  • Tomahna – Myst IV: Revelation by Cyan Worlds
  • Trodain – Dragon Quest VIII
  • Tuul – Blackthorne
  • Twilight Realm – The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
  • Tyria – Guild Wars and Guild Wars 2 (both the name of planet and one of its continents) by ArenaNet

U[edit]

  • The Underground – Undertale
  • Underworld – Hades
  • Unova – region in the Pokémon series
  • Urak – Lords of Magic
  • Uru – Uru (Myst) by Cyan Worlds
  • Utrae – Dungeon Siege: Legends of Aranna

V[edit]

  • Valisthea - Final Fantasy XVI
  • The Valley - Shovel Knight
  • ValleyFold – Tearaway
  • Vana'diel – Final Fantasy XI MMORPG
  • Verdite – King's Field series
  • Vertiel – Bound by Flame
  • Videlectrix game world – Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People
  • The Void – The Void (2008)
  • The Void / Valoran – League of Legends by Riot Games

W[edit]

  • Warhammer world – Warhammer – Tabletop miniature game (with a few video-games based upon it)
  • Weyard – Golden Sun – Nintendo video-game series
  • The World – The planet in Jak & Daxter, consisting of the fantasy centered Old World, multicultural yet dystopian Haven City, and the post-apocalyptic Wasteland.
  • World of Chaos - Final Fantasy VI
  • World of Balance - Final Fantasy VI
  • The World That Never Was – Kingdom Hearts franchise
  • Wraeclast – Path of Exile
  • Wumpa Islands - Crash Bandicoot franchise

X[edit]

  • Xandria – Ys V: Kefin, The Lost City of Sand
  • Xoroth – Warcraft series

Y[edit]

  • Yendor – Rogue, NetHack and various other roguelike games
  • Yharnam – From Bloodborne
  • Ys World - Ys

Z[edit]

  • Zemuria – Trails series
  • ZanZarah – ZanZarah: The Hidden Portal
  • Zeal – Ancient kingdom in Chrono Trigger

Music[edit]

  • Avantasia – from the Edguy symphonic metal project
  • Blashyrkh – from the lyrics of the Black Metal band Immortal
  • Planet Claire – The subject of a song by the music group The B-52's. Claire is described as having pink air, and trees that are all red. The lifeforms do not have heads, and all live forever.
  • Enchanted Lands – from Rhapsody of Fire
  • Honali – from the song Puff the Magic Dragon by Peter, Paul and Mary

Anime/manga[edit]

  • Aincrad – Sword Art Online anime/manga
  • Alfheim – Sword Art Online anime/manga
  • Amawakuni – Arata: The Legend
  • Amestris – Fullmetal Alchemist
  • Arst – Panzer World Galient
  • Astral World - Berserk series by Kentaro Miura
  • Death City – Soul Eater anime/manga
  • Disboard – No Game No Life
  • Earth (Dragon Ball) – Akira Toriyama's anime/manga franchise
  • Earthland – Fairy Tail
  • Edolas – Fairy Tail
  • Ente Isla – The Devil Is a Part-Timer!
  • Escaflowne – The Vision of Escaflowne
  • Evergreen – Magical Canan
  • Fiore – Fairy Tail
  • The Five Great Nations – Naruto & Boruto anime/manga
  • Forland Kingdom – Murder Princess
  • Grimgar - Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash
  • Guardia - Elemental Gelade
  • Halkeginia – Zero no Tsukaima manga and anime
  • Hueco Mundo – Bleach
  • Ideal World - Berserk series by Kentaro Miura
  • Jewel Land - Jewelpet
  • Kingdom of Belzerg - KonoSuba
  • MÄR Heaven – MÄR
  • Moon Kingdom – Sailor Moon
  • Ninja WorldNaruto
  • Orario – Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? anime/manga
  • Physical World - Berserk series by Kentaro Miura
  • Quarton - Tenkai Knights
  • Rikyu - Dragon Drive
  • Shinigami Realm – Death Note series by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata
  • Snack World - Snack World franchise
  • Soul Society – Bleach
  • Special Region – Gate
  • Spooner Continent - Sorcerer Hunters
  • Theldesia – Log Horizon
  • World of One PieceOne Piece series by Eiichiro Oda
  • World of the Living – Bleach

See also[edit]

  • Imaginary world
  • Simulated reality
  • Planets in science fiction

References[edit]

  1. "Hottest 6 New Fantasy Fiction Books and Authors". 1 May 2016. Archived from the original on 21 February 2015. Retrieved 6 March 2015. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  2. Cepeda, Cody (19 February 2018). "'Bagani' headwriter defends show amidst netizens' criticisms on its 'colorism'". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Archived from the original on 20 February 2018. Retrieved 20 February 2018.


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