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Conworlding, also called worldbuilding, is the process of constructing an imaginary world, sometimes associated with a whole fictional universe. The resulting world may be called a constructed world or a conworld. The term "worldbuilding" was popularized at science fiction writers' workshops in the 1970s. Developing an imaginary setting with coherent qualities such as a history, geography, and ecology is a key task for many science fiction or fantasy writers. Worldbuilding often involves the creation of maps, a backstory, and people for the world. Constructed worlds can enrich the backstory and history of fictional works, and it is not uncommon for authors to revise their constructed worlds while completing its associated work. Constructed worlds can be created for personal amusement and mental exercise, or for specific creative endeavors such as novels, video games, or role-playing games.
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Collaborative projects make up the bulk of the activity on the Conworlds Wiki. Participating in one may help new editors learn about and be active in the wiki's community. Some major projects include:
- Altverse - A realistic project based on real world Earth with a volatile international political scene with new countries and faces.
- Project Genesis - A realistic project with soft fantasy elements, taking place on an earth-like planet with numerous nations, ethnic groups, cultures, and languages.
- Future World - A soft science fiction project taking place on current day Earth, with a host of new countries and futuristic technology.*
- Irradiated Earth - A soft science fiction project taking place in the Fallout world.*
- Nearly Real World - A realistic project taking place on current day Earth, with new countries on new landmasses.*
- New Era - A realistic project taking place on current day Earth, following a global political breakdown.*
- Pangam-Pangat - A realistic project taking place on a fictional planet in a distant star's Goldilocks zone*
Bold denotes active, ongoing project.
State of the Isokyrians
Leader: Chairwoman Eydis Stefanic
Summary: Isokyria (Isokyrian: ᛁᛇᛟᚲᛁᚱ, Isokir; Russian: Исокеря, Isokerya), officially the State of the Isokyrians (Isokyrian: ᛋᛏᚨᚨᛏ ᛟᚠ ᛞᛖᚱ ᛁᛇᛟᚲᛁᚱᛖᚾ, Staat of der Isokiren; Russian: Состояние исокерйцы, Sostoyaniye isokerysty), is a country in Northern Europe surrounded by the North Atlantic Ocean consisting of two primary islands in addition to the Faroe Islands to the east.
Formerly a dominion of the British Empire, it achieved independence at the conclusion of the Isokyrian War of Independence in 1923. The Republic of Isokyria was proclaimed but was weakened by a stark division between the Nationalist and Nordic Coaliton (NNC) and various left-wing parties. A civil war between the the two sides broke out, resulting in tens of thousands of military and civilian casualties. The nationalists, led by Christian Robertsson, emerged victorious and established the modern State of the Isokyrians in 1937. Nororism which was developed by Robertsson, became the state's official ideology with a strong emphasis on national unity, anti-communism, anti-capitalism, gender roles, and family values. Today, Isokyria is a single-party unitary state. The country's de facto head of state is the Chairman of the Isokyrian Nororist Party, who is currently Eydis Stefanic, since 2016.
A developed nation, Isokyria has one of the largest economies in Europe, based primarily on crude oil production. Its gross domestic product was $1.885 trillion in 2016 and its GDP per capita is $65,209, one of highest in the world. It is a member of the United Nations, the Nordic Council, EFTA the OECD, and OPEC. While it is not a member of the European Union, it has a close relationship with it and its member states. It has a population of 32 million who live within its 96,447 sq mi area, 2 million of which live in the capital of Hufo. (more...)
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By World Genre
- Note: These three lists are not fully developed. This info is not necessarily up to date.
By Number of Pages in World
Key: This project's main article is featured.
- (cat) Kingdom of Sierra 917
- (cat) Ivalice 508
- (cat) Georgeland 482
- (cat) The Next Renaissance 318
- (cat) Koiwai 293
- (cat) East Asian Federation (EAF) 276
- (cat) Union of Everett (EV) 259
- (cat) New Cambria 253
- (cat) Southern Cross Republic (SCR) 234
- (cat) Lorica 225
- (cat) Warpcraft 192
- (cat) Republic of Surea 182
- (cat) Allied States of America (ASA) 174
- (cat) Grand Yarphese Republic (YPGN) 174
- (cat) Leubantia 173
- (cat) 20x Universe 172
- (cat) Baltic Union (BU) 171
- (cat) Britain 161
- (cat) New Coordinates 159
- (cat) Nearly Real World (NRW) 155
- (cat) Europa 145
- (cat) SubWorld 143
- (cat) Faith 135
- (cat) Seafaring Confederation 127
- (cat) Estreoth 124
- (cat) Kania 120
- (cat) Lecrotia 113
- (cat) Heigard 108
- (cat) Manchuria 103
- (cat) Garbaterra 100
- (cat) Brazoria 82
- (cat) Euskadi 75
- (cat) Future World (FW) 74
- (cat) Altverse 69
- (cat) Ardenjost 68
- (cat) Occitania 64
- (cat) Atlion 64
- (cat) Canopus 59
- (cat) Dendrius galaxy 58
- (cat) Beast World 56
- (cat) Kyratovia 55
- Note: This only lists the top 50 Constructed Worlds Wiki projects with at least 50 pages (files are counted as pages) on this site, according to Special:MostLinkedCategories, and whose main article has not been deleted. There are many other smaller conworlds on this site. This info is not necessarily up to date.
- Last update: 19:16, August 23, 2016 (UTC)
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