An Introduction to Isekai
A Fantasy World of Chaos and Triumph
No one is exempt from the movement of time in Isekai. Not the Dragons and their hoards nor the near-immortal Ancient Fey that live throughout the world. Even the gods are subject to the swift movement of the millennia, pushed ever forward into the abyss of time by the world and her whims.
Welcome to Isekai
The Divine Races
Two large continents define the world of Isekai, Vóreios in the north and Nótios in the south. Both are distinct, from their climate to their peoples, these two continents could not be more different. Even so, both were ravaged by the Eldritch War, leaving deep scars in the earth and the people that call this world home.
History & Lore
The races, cultures, and languages of Isekai define so much of what the world is outside of the realm of the gods. Dozens of peoples and their languages roam across the lands, defining borders and crossing them with the breadth of their histories. The lore of the world is entrenched in these people and how they rose from the ashes as the Eldritch Horrors left the earth. The Eldritch War brought its own intricacies to the lore of the world, things that defy explanation.
Races of Isekai
Isekai is home to a large variety of races that can be found across the lands of both continents and the various islands as well as the depths of the oceans and lakes. Some of these races are rare to find, or even completely gone, since the Eldritch War.
Cultures of Isekai
Isekai is home to a large variety of cultures that are as scattered and varied as the the races and languages that are found throughout the world. Many of these cultures are very distinct, and can only be found in specific locations amongst a small group.