This page exists to give those interested information concerning other websites relevant to worldbuilding. If you have such a site, or know of one, feel free to add it under a valid heading.

Constructed worlds

Virtual countries

Useful resources

  • Future Timeline ( - Future Timeline is a speculative timeline of future history. Little is mentioned concerning copyright, thus users can feel free to use some of the site's ideas. This is especially useful for sci-fi worlds.
  • ( - GeneratorLand consists of a huge list of funny and useful generators, mostly names.
  • Münz-Generator ( - Münz-Generator is a tool used for creating a coin. It gives you the choice to upload your own image as the centerpiece for the coin, which is useful when developing your world's currency. Note, the site is in German, but easy to navigate.
  • Open Directory Project ( - The Open Directory Project's page on worldbuilding provides links to other useful sites and generators. Several conworlds are also hosted there.
  • Pimp My Gun ( - Pimp My Gun allows users to create their own firearms. This is especially useful for graphics on your arms industry pages.
  • ( - Says-It is a useful site which gives people the opportunity to create seals, badges and signs.
  • Serendipity ( - Serendipity is filled with text generators, especially useful for fantasy worlds.
  • The Random Name Generator ( - The Random Name Generator uses data collected from United States censuses to provide large lists of names. It also has a useful obscurity factor tool.
  • World Builders ( - World Builders is a very useful site for users hoping to create a conworld from scratch. Like this catalog, it includes several useful tools for worldbuilding.
  • World Builder Projects ( - World Builder Projects hosts an array of useful links for conworlding.
  • Space Engine ( - Space Engine is a download-only game-type application which allows you to traverse the Milky Way Galaxy as well as all other known bodies and entities in known space. It uses procedural generation for terrain unknown and adds random planets/galaxies if there is no information surrounding them in real life. A very useful thing if you're planning on creating a sci-fi conworld.
  • Worldbuilding 101 ( A primer seminar from Michael Rowley, the UK editor of The Martian and The Shadow Campaigns.
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