Imaginary: The Otherworld

The World of the Other

a part of “Imaginary: The Otherworld”, a fictional universe by VitaminHeart.

Six children once made up a magical world, and magical creature friends. Ten years have passed, and now that world wants them back.

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The World of the Other

Tips: 0.00 INK Postby VitaminHeart on Sat May 31, 2014 6:41 pm

A thread containing places, creatures, objects of interest for future reference. It's only got a few now, as it's going to be added to periodically. Some images are also pending.


The Mechanized Minster



A vast city comprizing both gothic architecture and industrial monstrosities, the rust and gears and furnaces and smoke stacks acting as matter of corruption. They had begun to creep in as time passed. These manufacture the iron abominations that act as soldiers in the Otherworld. It makes it a fairly notable territory.


The Sentinel.

Most likely a beast from the Minster, the Sentinel is an incredibly tall, bipedal creature with a metallic head resembling the skull of an equine creature. It wears a long, patched coat and carries a pike, known as the Knightmare Pike, capable of damaging a Dreamer both in the real and otherworld. The Sentinel is charged with hunting Dreamers and moves through all the territories. It has had multiples scuffles with Lena in the past.

The Archer

A hare that heads up a small group of Otherworld natives, who have formed the small community of Oakvale. They take refugees from other territories and seek to liberate others from the influence of the corrupt Imaginaries. Archer, known due to her great skill with a bow, is one of the key resistance members, taking on minions of the Imaginaries and seeking to actively foil their schemes. Despite this, Archer is extremely distrustful of Dreamers. She has little trust for Lena, and will not reveal the exact location of Oakvale to her, though she will meet with her on request. She certainly does not trust the others.


Vorpal Blade

Named after that which slayed the Jabberwocky in Carroll's poem, the Vorpal Blade was one of the weapons they had used to combat villains in their games. Lena had never been much for fighting, and hadn't utilized such a thing, after the fade it was stolen away by one of the creatures. However, Lena ended up stealing it again, and started to learn how to defend herself. The Vorpal is very dangerous to imaginary beings however does minimal harm to a Dreamer.
The only verdict is vengeance; a vendetta held as a votive, not in vain, for the value and veracity of such shall one day vindicate the vigilant and the virtuous. Verily, this vichyssoise of verbiage veers most verbose, so let me simply add that it's my very good honour to meet you and you may call me Vit.

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