In the Netherworld, television and movies are largely merged. Broadcasts are often public in outdoor or underwater theaters, available later on VHS. Recent releases include: Netherworld’s Finest Diners: Atticus Q. Redghost, villain, takes a tour around the Netherworld, profiling diners in the sea, in haunted caves, and even in a lava tube. Waffles are a […]
The royal guard inspected the presented seal, verified its authenticity from the Potion Maker’s Authority, and said, “His majesty thanks you for your service and wishes you to camp here, Master Redghost.” The villain grumbled for a moment but conceded. So much for spying on the castle’s layout.
Gardens are very common in the Netherworld, nearly every home has at least one. Sometimes they are lovingly tended and manicured, other times they are left to the elements and wild chance. There is a place for both — the kitchen. Monsters and ghosts and witches can (and do) eat nearly anything prepared with love […]
The Netherworld is infinitely large, rich with magic, and home to countless monsters, ghosts, witches, and sea creatures. Given its size and continual shifting, no one has ever successfully mapped the entire world. Realms stay generally together but shift both in relation to each other and geographically internally. Travel is largely navigated via landmarks and […]