Innworld is the term that readers have come up with to designate the world The Wandering Inn takes place in. This page is intended to cover all of the general information about the Innworld and how it is different from Earth.
World-wide leveling system Edit
All over Innworld, most sentient beings are able to level in what is called Classes, and thus gain Skills (see there for further details). That includes many listed people of the Races page (with the following exceptions: Dragons, Frost Faeries, Raskghar, Trolls, Vampires: these are presumed monsters), and excludes all listed entries of the Monsters page (with the exception of leveling Undead, of which the only known instance is Toren). This leveling system announces the accomplishments inside the mind of the leveled-up person in a universal language.
The Innworld has 5 continents, by the names of Terandria, Izril, Chandrar, Rhir, and Baleros. There is also a massive archipelago filled with whirlpools and deadly storms that is all that remains of the sixth continent, but that place has not been detailed further yet. Innworld is said to not be a round planet - explorers have instead discovered what they call the edge of the world.
Innworld has been guesstimated by Earthworlders to have around 3 times the surface area of Earth. The enormous size of the continents clearly indicates this.
Racial Geography and Major PowersEdit
This section lists the major races that live on each continent, and the major powers in world politics.
Not much is known about Terandria yet; it is however common knowledge that Humans are vastly dominant there. In many places, other races are discriminated against. There is a plethora of large and small kingdoms and other realms there, and Knight Orders wield great powers throughout the continent.
The Drakes and Gnolls live in the southern half of Izril where they clearly dominate, as a result of a large-scale human invasion a few millenia ago. Drake politics are dominated by the six Walled Cities, while the Gnolls are either tolerated there or live a nomadic life in the plains. In the human-dominated North, the Five Families have been historical dominant, although currently only two scions of these families are politically prominent: Magnolia Reinhart and Tyrion Veltras.
The Antinium, being recent invaders from Rhir, are not recognized diplomatically anywhere but in Liscor, and don't intend to be. Two other powerful figures who are currently choosing to stay hidden from the open stage are Teriarch and Az’kerash.
The most important organization on Chandrar are the Slavers of Roshal, a millenia-old and powerful economoical instituion. The currently largest and most powerful realm that was introduced in the story is the Empire of Sands, followed by the realm of Nerrhavia Fallen. Both of these realms are ruled/led by String People. The Siren of Savere rules a naval nation that plays in the big leagues with regards to piracy. Flos Reimarch is the previous ruler of the vast continent and currently trying to reclaim his glory.
Jinn formerly lived in Chandrar, but are believed extinct.
- Lizardfolk (Jungle Tails)
- Dullahans (Iron Vanguard)
- Centaurs (Maelstrom’s Howling)
- Gazers (Eyes of Baleros)
Of the Four Great Companies of Baleros, three are listed above, since in each one, a specific race is dominant. However, other races are still hired in the companies; with the possible exception of the Eyes, about whom much is unknown. The Forgotten Wing Company is the newest and most multi-racial of the Big Four, having toppled a great company dominated by Lizardfolk a few decades ago. Hundreds if not thousands of other companies exist and rule over the rest of Baleros.
The Minotaurs prefer to live without foreign influence, which is why their islands are famous for having not many outsiders to the minotaur race living there. They are one of the foremost naval powers, especially around their archipelago.
Non-Continental or Unknown Edit
- Dragons (in hiding)
- Drowned People (live near or on the sea)
- Elves (extinct)
- Harpies (extinct)
- Giants (rare or extinct)
- Gnomes (rare or extinct)
- Goblins (everywhere)
- Trolls (all continents)
- Vampires (in hiding)
- Undead? (there were undead kingdoms at one point)
Unlike in Celum in which the citizens not only speak English but also use the same writing system, which possibly goes for most other human cities, in Liscor the people only speak in English while another completely different written language has been implemented.