The World of Gaia



New Magi2

A look at the history of the Magi, their powers, critical figures, and ways they’ve shaped the modern world. We’ll also give a brief look at the current era of Magi.

New Rosso Virus

This will not be so much a look at the rosso virus itself, as it’s still a disease with no cure in sight. Rather, this section will discuss how the rosso virus has changed the dynamic of Gaia and every other realm hit by it. It will also look into how the struggle to keep a population from dwindling into extinction can lead to extreme conditions.

New Technology

This section will detail Gaia’s advancements in technology, explain why industrialization is slower in an otherwise modern world, look at how magic is used to compensate for that slowed growth, and note how a realm known as Ranestria changed Gaia forever.

New Agriculture

A quick and easy look at Gaia’s relationship with food and animals. More specifically, this will detail a rundown of how Gaia’s food and agriculture differ from Earth’s, how Gaian culture is strongly tied to its food, and list several different types of dishes mentioned in the book with more detail.

New Geography

A geographical examination of Gaia that will list continents, countries, and regions.


(Though I have a self-made map of Gaia that I use as a reference, I’m currently looking into getting a more professional-looking map made.)

New Politics

A look at the different governing methods of Gaia and how political powers have been restricted by the elders over several centuries.

New History

This section will broadly detail Gaia’s past, explaining how wars, theocracy, the Magi, and realm-crashers have forced Gaia to change over time.


As this is a vast and major category, it may be updated periodically to give further details or add new thoughts to certain events or subjects.

New Religion

A deeper, more thorough look at the religious beliefs of Gaians, both historically and current. This will focus mostly on how the theocracy of the past shaped Gaia in the modern era (for better or worse), what roles the shrines played, and what caused the shift toward secularism.