The Geography Of Blackbloom, Part One
Last week’s challenge has borne fruit:
(All Blackbloom entries are here.)
I thought initially we might leap in and do some creation or other divine myths surrounding the gods we chose, but then I thought, well, it’d be nice to have a greater sense of what these gods create.
Thus, it’s time to examine the physical world of Blackbloom.
What is this place?
What does it look like?
Where can you go? What vistas and nightmares can one explore?
We know a few things.
We know that seas of sand exist.
We know the place is fairly diverse.
We know it’s subject to three seasons (rainy, dry, dark).
But we don’t know much else.
So, you have 100 words.
With those 100 words, describe a place in the natural geography of the planet — think about how Earth has Everest or the Grand Canyon or the Hawaiian Islands or whatever. Go nuts. Go big. Go weird. Blackbloom is not a world for timidity. Note, however, we don’t want to talk about cities. The cities of Blackbloom — which are sentient and can communicate — will get their own challenge. For now: think geography, not man-made (though certainly divinely-made and feel free to incorporate the gods if you feel it’s valuable). Give us the names and the places and the madness of this new world writ large.
You’ve got two weeks. Till Friday, 11/25, noon EST.
Post your 100-word entries below.
Please: only one entry per person.
Further, again, you’re likelier to have your entry chosen if it’s written more like an entry from an encyclopedia (or, for more salient reference, from a roleplaying game book).
I’ll pick — well, I dunno. However many helps us start to cobble together a map of the planet. Because that’s what we want. Not a whole map, not yet — we’ll still have those Here There Be Dragons portions — but enough so we start to see the world in all its splendor and terror.