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A sketch I did of a knight on a horse from my own world I have been building, submitted: 7/13/2015 1:19:31 AM, 10 points (+10|-0)

A world map that I've been working on for quite a while. The world is called Aedis., submitted: 7/13/2015 1:20:28 AM, 10 points (+10|-0)

Medieval Demographics Made Easy!, submitted: 7/13/2015 1:12:23 AM, 7 points (+7|-0)

"And so he recieveth the scroll of wisdom and learneth the truth" a Benetian manuscript from the royal archives, submitted: 7/14/2015 3:34:00 AM, 7 points (+7|-0)

The Sazegian illock coin, both obverse side and reverse! Here is the result of my work!, submitted: 7/14/2015 3:31:34 AM, 6 points (+6|-0)

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A world map that I've been working on for quite a while. The world is called Aedis. submitted by Medieval_Enthusiast to worldbuilding

Medieval_Enthusiast 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago

What are the biomes like?

That's a tough question. What I can tell you in a seemingly short answer is that there is actually a decent amount of uncharted land south past the whisperlands. The climate of most of the map gets to be like very arctic in the north and similar to Britain and western america in a majority of the regions discovered such as Graezelnir and Vyrdenvir. Again, I havent really fleshed this out a ton.

Is the story centered primarily around Graezelnir, or is that just the most detailed continent you have so far?

There isn't really a story per say. I am not at a place in my writing where I feel like I would love what I'd write so I have been slowly building a compendium of lore on my world over the past couple years so that eventually if I feel confident enough with my writing I will already have an entire world to work with. Graezelnir is currently the most detailed continent due to the fact that it was the first landmass I ever focused, and therefor the most developed. If I were to do a story I think I would focus on probably Benetia and Valtheria in Graezelnir, Thelvingia in northern Vyrdenvir (their society is based on german goths and visigoths with a lot of scottish culture), the kingdom of Poitileau ( A kingdom heavily inspired by french culture) and most likely the Gragvi'iri of Northir (the northern most continent with the big crater).

Why are some of the landmasses so unnatural in their shape?

I mostly just drew what I thought looked good, not really focusing too much on geographic realism. I didn't spend time thinking about plate tectonics and such because it just didn't interest me. I'm very happy with how the land masses look.

What forces drive this world? Magic? Technology?

The world of Aedis is first and foremost medieval fantasy, heavily inspired with worlds from A song of ice and fire, the witcher series, the dragon age series, dark souls, lord of the rings (quite obviously), and 8th to 14th century Britain. It can all get a little complex and wordy so I'll simplify it by saying that the world is driven by magic of a type, however the magic in my world (called the elder Mak, Mak meaning creation) can only be used by descendants of a race of people called the Authulae. But I digress haha...

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Medieval_Enthusiast 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

Love this diagram

The Sazegian illock coin, both obverse side and reverse! Here is the result of my work! submitted by Medieval_Enthusiast to worldbuilding

Medieval_Enthusiast 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

Engraved on the reverse side borders are the words "Xavath venassa loboth na kathoxi" which translates to "By way of light, or to death" Engraved in the shield of the coin is a serpent, the house animal of Vallynt of Sazeg, whose family reigned as royal family for 200 years before the rebellion of the white serpent. To the top right of the shield is a religious symbol for light and directly below that is a royal stamp of authenticity. On the very bottom left is a sun in his splendor, a common and revered symbol with Sazegians.

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A world map that I've been working on for quite a while. The world is called Aedis. submitted by Medieval_Enthusiast to worldbuilding

Medieval_Enthusiast 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Thank you and yes it is all done by hand!

A world map that I've been working on for quite a while. The world is called Aedis. submitted by Medieval_Enthusiast to worldbuilding

Medieval_Enthusiast 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Yeah I do. I've been oil painting for about 3 years.

We are under DDoS attack again submitted by Atko to announcements

Medieval_Enthusiast 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Man why cant people just not be dickheads