The Trinity Cometh

So, me and some friend have formed a blog trinity. The other two members are down on my blogroll.

As the first official project, we’re combining my world and my friend’s world into one. I suggest you read both his post about his world and my other friend’s post introducing the concept of fusing them.

So. In this post, I will outline the geography of my world, only now with colors, so as to meld more satisfactorially with the other world.

Assuming you’ve read both those posts I just told you to, the rest of this post will make sense. If you haven’t, you’ll be lost, but it’ll be your fault, so it’s not my problem.

This is the fused world, plus geography:

Okay. I’ve introduced two new colors in this one, so: the dark shit-green color is swamp, the pale green is temperate woodland.

Now, we’ve got one problem. Namely, the worlds don’t really coincide perfectly. Griffin’s world has cold steppe right next to my world’s desert. There are four ways to get around this:

  1. Fuck realism. This is kind of a bad idea, as both my and Griffin’s world are built around realism.
  2. Fundamentally change the geography of either my or Griffin’s world. Not likely. I’m rather attached to my Jography.
  3. Flip Grif’s world, stick a large amount of jungle between my south and his new north. This might work, but it also might not, or it might be too much work.
  4. Stick Grif’s world over to the west, and make it so that the two worlds are both on the same hemisphere. This is the most likely logical idea. It migh also require a mirroring of Grif’s world, because it’d just look better that way.

I’m sure most of that made sense when it started out in my head. Hopefully you’ll be able to comprehend most of it.