Atlas of the Worldkeep


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Atlas of the Worldkeep

Jerry's Hallway

Jerry's Hallway is a part of the Worldkeep where Jerry the Nowit is trapped. It is a concrete tunnel which loops back on itself. The hallway has no entrance or exit. The hallway was originally part of a dwarven facility which experimented with magic - the tunnel was used to accelerate and collide magic particles, to try and find more basic components.

Jerry has been trapped in the hallway since the Collapse: he was pulled into his copy of Gnork's Encyclopedia of Dwarven Construction.


The Worldkeep is a large subteraumean facility containing many diverse environments for housing several thousand variety of species.

Jerry's Hallway
  • Jerry's Hallway is a part of the Worldkeep where Jerry the Nowit is trapped.
Knotted Hell

Knotted Hell is the part of the Worldkeep where giant spiders live.


Created by the gods in 54000bc, the facility was conceived as a storage facility for their excess creations, notably those which proved incompatible with the rest of their work.


In 30000bc, the Worldkeep's walls breached, allowing some species to escape. The first species to escape were giant spiders into the Widewoods, followed by goblins. Orcs were able to move into the Farsteppes, while humans moved into the Central Plains. Dwarves built fortresses in the Worldkeepers. In the New World, halflings and elves were able to make a home for themselves.



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Author: emsenn

Created: 2019-05-02 Thu 18:15