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Civilization II: Test Of Time - The Fantasy Campaign and Midgard
... Test of Time also included a fantasy world modelled after Norse mythology ... The four maps of the Fantasy Campaign are the Surface World, the Underground World, the Cloud World, and the Undersea World ... and Eastern European peoples The Elves, Humans and Infidels are most suited to the Surface World, while the Merfolk are most suited to the Undersea World, the Stygians and Goblins to the Underground World ...
List Of Di-Gata Defenders Characters - Secondary Characters - Allies To The Defenders - Jeo
... She has never seen the surface world before and dreams of one day seeing it ... Abyss, so he engages in a conversation with her about her dream The surface world ... Powers to rise the settlement to the surface ...
Dyesebel - History
... she is the only mermaid born of human parents from the surface world ... life miserable among the denizens of the sea which leads Dyesebel to try returning to the surface world ... want to see Dyesebel go, he'd rather let her go than see her hurt by evil men on the surface world ...
Dungeons & Dragons Campaign Settings - Mystara - Hollow World
... The Hollow World is a sub-setting for Mystara ... The Hollow World details the inner surface contained within the world of Mystara, similar to the real world legends of the Hollow Earth ... In the Mystara setting, the Hollow World acts as a living "cultural museum" for the planet, forever preserving cultures and races that are near extinction on ...

Famous quotes containing the words world and/or surface:

    Modernized by tin roofs and T-shirts, Third World poverty is no longer picturesque.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    I have passed down the river before sunrise on a summer morning, between fields of lilies still shut in sleep; and when, at length, the flakes of sunlight from over the bank fell on the surface of the water, whole fields of white blossoms seemed to flash open before me, as I floated along, like the unfolding of a banner, so sensible is this flower to the influence of the sun’s rays.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)