This article, Geography, is currently under active construction. The author, NejiHyuga2, apologizes for the inconvenience.

Will get a world map soon

Geographical ChangesEdit

  • North and South America are divided: the Isthmus of Panama and Mexico completely obliterated.
  • Alaska and Canada look like Swiss cheese due to the large numbers of crater lakes found on its territory.
  • Tectonic disturbances and asteroid impacts both contribute to the complete rifting of Africa along the Great Rift Valley.
  • Like the northern stretches of North America, the northern stretches of Russia are also pitted with a large number of crater lakes.

Geopolitical ChangesEdit

North AmericaEdit

South AmericaEdit


The entire European subcontinent is governed by an empire that rose 20 years following the Invertia Incident, called the Holy Roman Empire. Founded by an English commoner who was also a Genestella, Charlemagne, the Holy Roman Empire was, in many ways, like the Roman Empire in which it takes its inspiration from. It grew around the city of London, which became its national capital. TBA


Following the Invertia Incident, Asia has split into four major geopolitical sections: West Asia, North Asia, East Asia, and South Asia.

West AsiaEdit

North AsiaEdit

East AsiaEdit

South AsiaEdit

West AfricaEdit

East AfricaEdit

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