Describe a 4chan board as though it were a realm, territory, geographical feature, elemental plane, etc.
Here be dragons.
/tg/ would be a big hall with a large table in it. Hundreds of people sit around this table and they assess questions asked by newcomers who travel far and wide to seek the advice and wisdom of this council. But every answer is always the same,>Depends on the setting
>>47989018That idea depends on the setting.
>Elemental Plane of Nice
/b/ is a freaking wild drug and alcohol fuelled party and orgy on hell with massive faggots as hosts and we love it
>>47988932/n/ is a vast and empty expanse of land, crossed by its citizens through many different modes of transportation. It is locked in a state of Cold War between the foamers and cyclists on one hand, and the cagers and nimbys on the other. Confrontations between the two are sparse and build up slowly, but then both sides fight dirty and relentlessly.
/b/ is like the fae first world.Its a swirling mass of chaos where things can change in an instant. You might be a man one moment but you are a fish the next, a stone the moment after that, then a cloud. This applies to almost everything in the first world or /b/.However, like the first world, there are some things that are always the same but constantly shift. Like the endless forest that is always there but always changing slightly around you in the first world, /b/ has its constants. Things like YLYL threads which change slightly every day but are always the same exact thing with an overwhelming majority of the same thing as the last.
/pol/ is a generic Lawful Evil empire whose Antipaladins of Kek regularly launch conquests and invasions of other lands. Only a handful of boards has managed to slip under their radar or mount a resistance, while others, such as /v/, have fallen victim and became puppet states. All dissent is crushed by an iron fist and no non-humans or different religions are suffered to live./tg/ used to be a lush ancient fantasy land rich in stories, artifacts, legendary heroes and powerful wizards. However, currently it is caught in a crossfire between the antipaladins of /pol/ and /d/'s lust demons. Though there are pockets of resistance, much of ancient knowledge has been lost./z/ is the elemental plane of bees, famous for being the default destination for wizards who botch or fail their planar travel spells.
>>47988932/tg/ A constantly bubbling cesspool of fetuses that should be aborted along with gurgling pits of vapid memes and continual torrents of badly regurgitated cultural references that tries to make mouth-breathing down's syndrome victims feel better about their environment while only because it doesn't have sarin gas pumping through it to save the rest of humanity the stench.
>>47989160take your zoloft anon
>The Story of the /k/ingdom of unnaground/k/ is an underground dwarvish kingdom. It is old and powerful but they got their land after a lot of death and pain. Originally a forestal people, they lived in the forest of Innawoods. They were happy there, in communion with nature (communion means shooting everything that moves in k-speak). However one day one of them decided to dig. He was afraid of the gun-grubbers and he knew the forest was compromised. So he dug. And of course he died when the thing collapsed because no planking. But his sacrifice started a spark in /k/. Many other autists started to build tunnels which got wider and deeper. But it was not until some idiot set the fucking forest on fire with napalm rounds that they decided to leave Innawoods forever. After generations unnaground, they have become shorter, due to the lack of light and a diet based on salamanders.
>>47989097The empire of /pol/ shares one of its borders with the vast, murky peat-bog of /r9k/, where dwells the fanatical priests of Kek, commonly referred to as the Kekquisition.Antipaladins and Kekquisitors have not always seen eye to eye, as the Kek priesthood believes that only a lifestyle of extreme deprivation is pleasing to Kek, and shun what they consider the less devout practices of the Antipaladins, who unlike the priests, are permitted to marry and go outside.The antipaladins take a similarly dim view of their neighbors' fanaticism, primarily their disdain for worldly conventions such as basic hygiene, and their practice of the religious doctrine of piss bottles. However, when sufficiently provoked, the two factions will usually set aside their differences and cooperate against a common foe.The result of the third schism of the faith of Kek are the ascetics, those who inhabit the mountain valley of Esfores. These peaceful monks believe Kek's grace is present in all things and should be celebrated, and regularly make pilgrimages to other lands to return with souvenirs of their cultural richness. They make these as offerings to their spiritual leader Swaglord, he who is believed to have attained swaglightenment. They practice an obscure form of numerological augury colloquially referred to as checking digits, though this practice is generally recognized among the faithful as evidence of Kek's favor.
>>47989183>a diet based on salamanders.And cum brownies. Don't forget the cum brownies.
>>47989268That is mostly a delicy reserved for foreigners as a sign of hospitality.
>/v/A Mystical underground land of angry midgets. They suffer constant infighting, and nearly all of the residents are prone to excessive violence
>>47989643>Midgets>Not bald menThe infighting has gotten to a point where it's impossible to tell ruses apart from serious statements.
>>47989643>/v/ are literally skaven/grots
>>47989727What about angry bald midget men?
>>47988932/his/ is but a city-state nestled in a valley between the sprawling conquests of /pol/ and the bantzpublics of /int/, forever divided between those who follow the path of DEUS VULT and those who think paths are a spook.
>>47989183Since the departure of the /k/ommandoes the forest has been left to go wild and dark.The spirit of /x/ moved in and it is now the abode of The Slender Man, Skin-walkers and other darker things. It is a dark and twisted place now that invites paranoia as only the mad would go there and only the paranoid can survive.
>>47989842Read the OP you dip
>>47989842It says a board.
>>47988932/co/ was once a green and pleasant land, but has since suffered incredibly due unchecked mass immigration from Tumblr,/tv/, /pol/ and many other places. It is now mostly a battleground between these immigrant groups.
>>47989842Anon sorry to break it to you but you're retarded.
/x/ is a rural area.Very superstitious people. They are afraid of clouds, stars and all the boogeyman they constantly make up. At the same time a lot of weird cults have settled down there. probably to lure the naive people in their ranks. Some say the misty hills of /x/ also spawn a lot of mad people
>>47989879Naw, /co/ would be Dominaria
>>47989842/tg/ would be a Noble Dark empire and the only lasting alliance between dorfs and elves, both claiming to hate each other but ultimately hating their neighbours more.To the north is the Technocracy of /g/ who's Techno-lords assail the border with clockwork and wire monstrosities, occasionally selling arms to /k/ with whom we have had both good and bad relations.We used to love the denizens of the Forest of Innawoods when /k/ dealt there and even made a loving peace with the spirit of /x/ before it twisted beyond recognition and madness. We don't go there anymore.To our west is the barely literate Jock Hordes of /sp/ and /fit/. We built a big fucking wall of DM screens and littered the ground with d4 caltrops to keep them out.We have isolated ourselves because it is a siege. It may be a siege without end or relief in sight but it is a siege that must endure.Kingdom of /tg/ was originally founded by refugees from the burning primordial wreckage of /b/.
the people of /k/ are rangers. protecting the boarders of /out/ from the abominations that dwell from /x/
>>47989183the tale of the first unnaground /k/ommando
/mu/ is another green world filled with colorful hills and aeroplanes flying over the sea. It is locked in an eternal battle between those that wield the power of patriciandom and those who wield the power of poptimism. For aeons these two foes have been locked in mortal combat, using the power of music and sound to combat the other, but after the P4K drones descended upon the realm from another world, the poptimists have used their power to gain a slight upper hand. The mages on this realm are known to use spells such as the Death Grip and use the power of the Sun and Moon to Kil
/out/ is the big unexplored landmass to the west. huge forests, mountains and desserts. It contains the mystical valley of /an/ where druids and beast-masters meet.They have a mixed relationship to the people of /k/
/ck/ is the place were nobody has to hunger. Chefs from all the world travel to this realm to learn and improve their culinary skills.
does anyone remember that huge setting where peaople from 4chan all got abducted and put in a mysterious dangerous land? people would write stories and each board had a different culture and geographical location?that summed up a lot of the boards pretty well
>>47990005At least post all of it
There is the mass grave of /fur/.Their land was a sinful and depraved place of sexual immorality and deaerate mutants.One day The Great Moot visited that realm and beheld it and his expression was not pleased.He held aloft the dreadful Banhammer and slammed it into the earth and all about for hundreds of miles all about was naught but death as the souls of the unworthy were cast aside in the fires of permabanned and the last cries of departing spirits were heard throughout all boards as a resounding "BAAAAWWWWWWW".And there was much rejoicing.
But what about /m/ ?
>>47990286at the center of the ruins of /fur/, there is a bubbling cesspit known as /trash/.It's rivers run under the ground of the whole world, and steal away things too immoral or disgusting for any other board to harbor.There is a great underground lake of filth and degeneracy where all that is bad with the world is collected.It is said that it was created by the new god after the first god abandoned this world.It is said that it was created to purify the world of filth.It is said that it has grown beyond the power of the angels, and that the second god is too prideful to not see their experiment all the way through.It is said that the taint is spreading.
>>47988932>/r9k/ is a massive, seemingly endless, flat dirt field, with muddy ground, and where it is constantly raining. >Dotted across the landscape are numerous tiny naturally grown hutlike structures inhabited by antisocial frogs who creak "ree", whenever something approaches their hut. >The frogs never leave the hut, and all of them die by suicide after a certain age, but are reborn again as the same frog, rising from the mud. >The huts also have tiny windows, and the frogs always stare out of the window into the rain and muddy fields. Explorers who venture upon this plane find the enigma of the frogs disconcerting.
>>47990210this is why /k/ is the best board.
>>47990796This was one was not bad. Might use it for my own campaign after veiling the obvious reference to /r9k/. Could be pretty creepy and weird.
I kinda want to make the villain of my next campaign the Cult of the Frog God Kek who are using meme magic to control the world
/vg/ is an realm made up of countless city-states that trade and war amongst each other.Most city-states are formed to devote themselves a single deity while some city-states merge together to worship pantheons of the same genre, but all share a mutual love of the divine./vg/ was founded after the exodus from /v/, but it's concept of city-states had already been established when groups of /v/irgins grew tired of being mocked for their love of the divine and thus banded together to discuss their favored divine and to resist the unending tide of cynical heretics that surrounded them.These city-states ended up being so successful against those that would disrupt the stability of discussions that the concept soon found itself taking hold in other realms of 4chan.For better or for worse.
>>47989053This is glorious
>>47988932>/x/A realm of utter chaos beyond reason or sanity; squirrels pass out parking tickets on a baking cold Thursday afternoon, John Lennon's ghost hosts a talk show, and the world is a hockey puck orbited by a large lemon. At least, this is what the land's inhabitants will claim, to those who have not been "red-pilled" it appears to be a perfectly ordinary tract of land where little of interest happens and these "normies" are regarded with scorn and distrust.
The Confederacy is a loose group of varied nations without much in common aside from proximity and shared resources. The many factions comprising it hold little love for each other, but have formed a bond from battle with outsiders which holds them together, just barely. It is a large hub of commerce, much larger than its humble history would suggest, and often filled with many number of travelers from other lands. This includes memesmiths and other craftsmen who wish to delve into the Confederacy's vast mines from which the greatest of materials that can be used to create their wares are found, scholars who have heard of the history and welcoming nature of the people, allies of other lands who have bonded with one of the nations through shared interests, refugees who hold a true love for the country and will be welcomed like brothers should they prove themselves, and invaders who seek to have what the lands provide for themselves and will sacrifice the population and culture to get it. It is also plagued by otherworldly raiders who seem to seek only destruction in the name of their heathen gods and will use both open warfare and subterfuge to achieve this goal.All this has created a tumultuous land ruled by infighting and paranoia. Anarchy sits just beside crushing police states and they struggle to maintain a semblance of protection for the people. It is a land teetering on the edge of destruction, and many believe that it has already been lost.
>>47990093Lenore, yes.It was great.
>>47991786Is this supposed to be 4chan?I like it
/fit/ is a grecoroman labyrinth habitated by perfect statues of marble or flesh, it is said that if you enter in it you will recieve a body like those of the gods, but will never come back, instead becoming one of the statues. Countless landwhales have entered the labyrinth with the intention to break the statues in the name of the god of fat acceptence, only to be murdered brutally by a squat of min-oat-aurs.
>>47990210That's some nice fucking compilation work. Really great.
>>47990796Bretty good anon
The fabled halls of /ic/ are a sight to behold to any wanderer. It is a realm of savants and artists whose studies have allowed them to paint lands, monuments, and entities of sheer beauty into existence. However, the natives of this place are in a constant state of depression, bemoaning their works for not being perfect enough and shooting scathing remarks at their equals for their own works. The local government also imposes bans and lists as to what can and cannot be beautiful or perfect.Some radicals of this regime fought against these bans however, and even dared to enjoy their creations. They fled to the new pastures of /i/ to establish a new state. The land may be crude and simple, but the residents feel true beauty is within the freedom and happiness of their people.
/tg/ is a vast open land comprised of mighty cities of towering chrome and labyrinthine underworld alleyways, and starports where adventurers roam the universe, but around is an ancient, wild land of a million ancient, lost civilizations whose dungeons are carved deep into the planet and filled with untold nameless arcane secrets.No one ever goes to any of these places, but instead argues about them instead.
>>47990504All Gargantians will be judged by the great Striker
>>47989053>dat /k/ teleporting
>>47989097>Lawful Evil empireReminder that all states and governments are lawful evil by default.
>>47991786Another layer was added to the Confederacy's troubles when one of their component nations experienced an unforseen boom in population and began expanding rapidly into other territories. A ban on emigration from the growing nation was put into effect, but the resultant overpopulation still led to trouble spilling out into the other states. Eventually, the Confederacy was forced to invoke divine magic to seal the rogue nation away in another realm; while this was the right choice for the health of the Confederacy, it was not without consequences, as the paranoia and infighting already bubbling under the surface grew steadily worse.The exiled nation is only spoken of in hushed whispers, and those brave few that have journeyed to it describe it as a festering hive of degeneracy and filth. Still, with an entire land to themselves, the exiles have remained benign, leaving the other great empires in relative peace.
well, /d/ is very easy
>>47993271/ic/ for me is some sort of wild west town where anyone that speaks loudly outside of their group is shot on sight, causing a gunfire battle between each other before they decide to shelter themselves in their own generals. Obviously, visitors and new people are the ones that get the worst from it.
>>47994278/d/ is a utopian orgy state which has mixed feelings about /aco/
What about /c/, /u/ and /y/?
>>47994174/a/ is cutthroat pirate town, but they are stubbornly proud of their independence, and will put aside their petty differences to drive away outsiders and those who don't have the mettle to be a pir/a/te.
>>47994596>these realms are the darkest, blackest dungeons of the realms. Inky with darkness, even a torch is dimmed by this place. Laying in corners, blind and muttering, the cursed inhabitants whisper to one another of the life outside, where cute girls can love girls, and cute boys have delicious butthole smells.
>>47989097>>47989258Nah, /pol/ would be more like Congress or the House of Parliament, except everyone talks like they're on the internet and literally everyone has charts backing up what they're saying. Just, charts all the time.
Welcome to /toy/
>>47994215That's /mlp/ alright.
The mysterious lands of /mlp/ are home to certainly one of the strangest lot of the land, here the locals occupy their time discussing strange imaginary creatures, though some insist they are real, this has won them the chagrin of other peoples as the folk of this land often discuss such subjects with others, however most all have learned to conceal this when abroad, to varying degrees of success. These people and it's land are not without it's merit however, as high concentrations of OC can be found here, from the lake of drawfags to the greentext fields. The near fanatical obsession of imaginary creatures has driven certain individuals to, extreme means to contact them, most common a magic potion commonly used for washing clothes, it's not uncommon to find the body of a 'traveler'.
>>47993868Holy shit. Too accurate, it burns.
>>47994795I thought I was the only one who remembered these.
>/r9k/Paraelemental plane of salt
>>47989053The population of /pol/ looks a bit like this, with the values of strength and personal responsibility and liberty being foremost. Criminals are given due process, but they are often used in lynches, similar to how a king would hunt on his grounds, after serving a mandatory service of labor. The people there are strange, first frigid and curt, then warm and full of banter, then strict and orderly.The country also has segregated sections, though not by any real law. The people there did it themselves, and any race is allowed anywhere, as long as they don't act like a nigger.
>>47990210/k/ is a massive forest, literal millions of miles, all of the earth laced with veins of lead, iron, coal, and sulfur. The factions there have forged great weapons, and even greater defenses, with defenses of wall, traps, and tunnels that form fortresses unassailable. The experiments here are strange and varied, and have produced horrors of steel and sulfur. Game play bonuses All ammo make here is of masterwork quality, and there are unique forms of ammo and weapons. Masters of martial arts, both of the body and land (how to make defenses/forge items) are scattered across the land. The combat here is very 3 dimensional, going into the trees, and into the ground. >Im probably on a watchlist for pic related
/fit/ is a realm bordering both sports boards, and isn't too far from /pol/. It consists of massive flatlands, with small halls made of stone and mortar, carried there by its citizens. The people there strive for physical fitness, and do so through regulated exercise, and through what amounts to surprisingly great cooking. Every citizen has a fairly regulated schedule, consisting of eating, sleeping, lifting, and any mental workouts that occur.Degeneracy is heavily disdained.Gameplay benefitsGain +2 to Will save after a weekGain +2str if you stay longer than a month.
>>47997274>Gain +2str if you stay longer than a month.>STR
>>47988932/tg/ would just be an infinite plane of gaming tables, mountain dew and cheetos, and fat neckbeards arguing.
>>47997274You're missing some traits.>in the Greek tradition, everyone exercises in the nude, and wears comfortable robes otherwise>"nice pecs brah" is the customary greeting in this land, male or female>the elderly and short are mocked when attempting to disrobe>they are nevertheless greeted with "nice pecs brah"
>>47997621>Courtesy is a must in these lands, as not doing so is to give up one's first impression.>There is actually a great deal of philosophising, even for the 4chan realms, and it is generally done in great halls of white, with padded furniture spread about>Leg Day is a weekly Ritual, similar to the Sabbath, and the consequences for skipping are shunning, laughs, and a reference to such following the "nice pecs brah">there is a large transhumanism movement, as well as a de facto eugenics program.>Cardio is shunned by some, religiously practiced by others.>A well respected people in the realms, do more to their grasp on life and will power, but also due to their physical strength, which borders on Herculean
Within the Realm of /tv/, there is a shrine, containing a belt, a mask, and a sculpture of a large male figure. From here the power of Bane radiates out to all the realms. From there, there is twin factions, Marvel and DC, both having their respective franchise, and both fighting to overcome the other.Pls add more, I am not well versed in /tv/
>>47988932To enter the board realms one must first pass through the Gate of Four. And on this gate is engraved the words "For (you)"
>>47998050In the time before the coming of the Masketta Man, /tv/ was thrown into turmoil. Waifu threads dedicated to their child goddesses were cast out for their depravity, the likes of which made even the hardened pirates of /a/, famous for their love of drawings of young girls with flat chests, recoil in contempt in disgust. It was a time of aimlessness for the nation of /tv/.
So in this setting, magic works like this. spells take the form of memes, Autism is your casting stat, and there are powerful schools of meme, most notably, Bane, Pepe, /pol/ (Which covers political memes) /tg/ which is mostly 40k memes, and other smaller schools. You invoke a meme to cast, and your autism empowers it in certain ways.
>>47998584The greatest of the philosopher-wizards of /a/ are capable of such autism they've been known to transcend dimensions themselves to meet their waifus in the Second Dimension.But even they pale in comparison to the sages that inhabit the mountain shrines of /jp/.
>>47998682I really want to start creating a setting based on 4chan, where the seperate boards are individual planes, with their own characteristics and flavors of memes and autism
/s4s/ is a great volcano, the forger of memes. Those who live in this land worship the lord dubs guy and lady keksandra.
>>47998739There was a 4chan archipelago that's been around since at least 2009. I remember it got a suggestion 2011 or 2012 that the various boards' lands would get attributes unique to them. You can read it on 1d4chan.
>>47998739I can already imagine party drama
A barren dead wasteland is what separetes this weird magical city from the rest of the world, It is said that, if any man were to enter through it's gate, they were never to be seen again. No guards protect the entrance and from the outside you can only hear the giggling of many muses, indulging in who knows pleasures, such is the city far to the west, near the end of the world a city only the brave go to behold and only the stupid venture in.The only clue we have is a small parchment nailed to the front gate with a single letter inbetween two slashes. "a"
>>47998822>/jp/ is Japan>/a/ is an even bigger Japanholy shit my sides
>>47998739Please do. Actually I have a better idea, take a page out of Bethesda's book and make the planes of 4chan their own category but separate planes, like the realms of oblivion, then have other websites be completely separate planes, there could be a war between the combined forces of most of the 4chan planes and the Tumblr realm, except the boards that keep to themselves, like /o/ and shit.
/k/ is a realm run by children fighting an imaginary, constant civil warit's really cute. They have their own little nationstates, and they wear too-big tactical gear on themselves. They share a border with /pol/, /int/, /out/, and /m/
In the far reaches of a certain kingdom lie the mystical lands of /pol/. Although its people profess to be xenophobic, they travel to distant lands in search of new comrades.On the border of this kingdom is the small mill town of /po/, which outsiders raid in retaliation to the antics of /pol/acks. They've gotten used to it, and the raids no longer bother them.
>>47998883I remember threads from years and years ago wondering what boards would ally with each other to fend off the marauding hordes of /b/tards.I think /tg/ would've allied with /co/ (this was long before the cancer), /k/, and a couple others. While /a/, /jp/, /c/, /w/, and /cm/ would form a giant confederacy. I wonder how those politics would play out today.
>>479989944chan politics are always interesting to think about (mostly given each board's culture and history, as well as the "typical" visitor to said board). I remember there was a thread on /a/ about 4chan jail where every person was a 4channer and gangs formed that were representative of each board and all that. It was very interesting.
>>47988932It's a massive sea of piss.
>>47999051Yeah it's pretty fun to look into. Like pretty much every board feels pity for /x/ over something that happened back in 2007 or 2008.Or how /m/ and /a/ have a longstanding rivalry that has origins in /m/ being split off from /a/ back in 2005 (and being stubborn about maintain that independence), and that rivalry came to a head with SaiGAR 2007.
>>47999139Or the tsundere relationship between /v/ and /a/ or the rivalry between /jp/ and /a/ or how a lot of 4chan views /pol/ as cancerous (and to a greater extent /b/) or the crazy stories of /k/ or the degeneracy of /lgbt/ or the /v/ and /vg/ split. You could go on and on with the complex and storied history of 4chan and the relationships that all the boards have with each other.
>>47999181>/pol/ >CancerInshallah, /pol/ is a board of peace.
>>47999181I remember when /new/ was brought back as /pol/ back in the fall of 2011. I wonder if anyone foresaw it becoming what it is today.
/mlp/ is a rapidly expanding kingdom, mostly populated by humans, but also accepting a significant number of centaurs and saytrs into its domain. It originally began as a political party within the lands of /co/, but tensions between the two entities eventually led to a small civil war that spilled in to the neibhoring realms, resulting in the exile of the people who now inhabit the land from /co/. They formed their own govenment and begsn importing foreigners from every other country imaginable.Despite the claims of their neighbors, /mlp/ is a peaceful kingdom who chose to spend their time frolicking in the meadows with colorful equines during the day, and at night... well, something are better left unsaid. The taboo practices of its citizens have led to nearly every country on the continent denouncing them and restricting trade. Some states still secretly open up diplomatic relations such as it's neibhors, /k/, /d/, and /trash/. Despite their peaceful nature, they have built a nigh-impenitrable iron wall around their lands that has been renowned for repelling any attacks made against it. Even the might of the Fourth Reich of /pol/ or the Chaos Worshippers of /b/ could only penetrate it for a few minutes before being pushed back by the almighty power of Scruffy Godblessed.It is also known for its highly skilled divegrass team.
>>47989051>>47989097>>47989183>>47989258>>47989820>>47989977Confirmed as canon, these are excellent. >>47999231As someone who was there...not really. I blame the overall political climate and edginess giving way to autism
>>47999404I went on to /pol/ a bit when it first came back when I had a flirtation with the alternative right in my senior year of high school. I didn't expect it to end up the way it is now.
>>47999500It used to be kind of varied, had a lot more weird stuff than hateful stuffTrippy cult shit and neo commies
>mfw I found a meta thread that isn't total cancer Thanks /tg/
>>47988932>>47994632I see /a/ more as a remnant of an old empire fiercely clinging onto its old heritage, something like a middle-aged Chinese dynasty. It used to be a fertile riverland, though many of the rivers have since dried up and many of the old lands lie fallow. While still quite large and still very prosperous, it is still a shadow of its former self.A long long time ago it was the core of a great empire, but since then many of its components have broken off to form their own nations. Even if that empire has crumbled, though, both the traditions and pride of its people remain. At the same time, every new trend and development is seen by /a/ as a chance to "save" an empire that has long since been beyond saving. For them, every new warlord or revolutionary will be the one to "Save Anime," even if their hopes are constantly dashed./a/ shares a certain strained kinship with their neighbors, former members of their empire that have long since broken away. /a/ looks upon them with a certain paternalistic arrogance as if they were still vassals. The breakaway provinces, meanwhile, cannot completely forget their roots. Even if the empire has died, /a/'s cultural legacy over its neighbors remains its most lasting legacy.
>>47999726So /a/ is like Feudal Japan in decline, but /jp/ is more like cherry-blossom ass anime land
>>47999789I feel as if /jp/ would be the most vocal about not being /a/ of all the weeb boards./jp/ is an island not far from /a/, easily defended but not particularly fertile. Correspondingly, its population is quite small. The ancestors of /jp/ were forcibly expelled from /a/, and it has never quite forgiven or forgotten that. While culturally similar to /a/, its strongest assertion to all who are willing to listen (not many) is that it's not /a/, and it vehemently rejects those who it believes acts like somebody from /a/. An island that prides itself on having never been conquered, though that mainly comes from the fact that nobody has felt any need or cause to conquer it.
>>47989820>only the paranoid can survive.That's why /k/ommandos can still go there safely.
>>48000170That and the local spirits are surprisingly vulnerable to moist nuggets.
>>48000199Everything's vulnerable to nuggets
>>47988932/h/ lies between /e/ and /d/, a buffer region between the two warring states that eventually took on its own cultural character. Less restrained with their promiscuity than /e/ but less twisted than /d/, it hosts a mixed population of men, orcs, elves and everything in between. Several centuries ago, it had been a land of forests, populated by elves and human colonists from /e/, before /d/ began a series of regular invasions.A soldier can leave his life of warring and whoring for one of many reasons. Sometimes he is wounded and unable to fight any longer; sometimes he has found something that compels him to stay; sometimes he is tired of it all, and sometimes he just wants to live in a region of the world where you don't have to actively check to make sure your prospective wife doesn't have a penis. Coming from the positively slaaneshi /d/, an unpredictable swamp of slimegirls, dickgirls and wild magic, the reliable environment of /h/ and its universally dickless females were very attractive to the invading human and orc conscripts. Some took their women by force, others did it with consent, but at the end of the day, many of /d/'s invaders settled down in /h/ and raised families./h/ is a land where virility and fertility is respected; men who can reach their 70s and still perform are respected for their ability to do so. Integrating traditional /e/ values of chastity and /d/ traditions of depravity, many prospective brides practice a ceremonial and largely consensual form of "rape," in which the groom carries off his bride and consummate their love. This allows the bride to claim that she only compromised her chastity by force and the groom to demonstrate his resolve, and provides a convenient pretext for marriage. This ritual is often outright planned out by the families involved beforehand. As divorce is banned under similar /e/ concepts of fidelity, divorce and/or polygamy is also often formalized in the same fashion, usually called NTR.
>>47988932Sorry, but I'm not a scat fetishist.
>>48000405>many prospective brides practice a ceremonial and largely consensual form of "rape," in which the groom carries off his bride and consummate their love>often outright planned out by the families involved beforehand>As divorce is banned under similar /e/ concepts of fidelity, divorce and/or polygamy is also often formalized in the same fashion, usually called NTR.I love it, I'll steal this for my next campaign, I don't even care if it's someone's magical realm.
>>47990504/m/ is a lawful good colony in sphess that has succeeded from the oppressor that is /a/.
>>47988932>Fourth Central Habitation/Administration NodeA massive, ancient megastructure originally devised to be an utopia, after the success of the second. It is divided into several districts, where its inhabitants move about on hardlight constructs known as 'posts', that can chain together into 'threads'. Through the ages, only a few districts stay the same, most having to adapt with the dwindling infrastructure - and their inhabitants have adopted a tribal mindset as a result. They say a powerful administrative AI rules over the megastructure, called the Moot, but that was confirmed millenia ago - there's even rumors that Moot has gone offline, and a new AI, Moot2, had taken over its place.The entertainment district of TG had devolved into a vaguely medieval enclave, where games of chance and storytelling have become mainstream culture. Only a scant few relics of technology remain, mostly in the form of airborne nanites which enable an attuned individual to manipulate space-time around them as if it was magic. The TG district's inhabitants have an alliance with the weapons-manufacturer district of K and the entertainment district of CO, which is currently under a cold war with the alien forces of the Tumbler infiltrators.
>>48000733However some also argue that /m/ was in actuality exiled because they became monotheistic compared to the polytheism that /a/, and that monotheism was drowning out all the other faiths.A common urban legend about this is that the arrival of Jesus in the Scrolls of Destiny created such turmoil that it resulted in the group that would become /m/ being expelled from /a/.Despite this, and inexplicably, /m/ still argues heavily about this Jesus and his role in the Scrolls of Destiny.
>>47988932/d/ borders the wastelands of /trash/ and /b/, and it has also inherited its chaos and madness. Full of swamps and marshes, something in those swamps appears to serve as a direct conduit to the warp itself. Life in /d/ is short and unpredictable; females grow dicks, men spontaneously transform into women, children spontaneously grow into adults, and tentacles abound. And these are simply the nonlethal effects. In this environment of (potentially deadly) unpredictability, all life within /d/ is driven by a desperate, frenetic drive to reproduce and pop out a baby before you change into an inanimate object, liquefy or get eaten by the local villager-turned-giantess. At the same time, the depravity born of this constant fear of death or transformation is addictive. Every inhabitant of /d/ lives life in the moment, and quite a few who escape the swamps to less unpredictable lands feel a sense of loss, a profound sense of boredom, knowing that there is no chance that you will grow into a monsterboy/girl or get fucked by one tomorrow. Every inhabitant of /d/ strives to live a whole life in a day under the knowledge that there may be no tomorrow, and there are precious few on the lands of the other boards who can say the same thing.
>>48000889This has forced most of /m/ to form into two different sects around this Jesus and his role in the Scrolls of Destiny. The first sect is known as Zeon, a more militaristic sect believe that their own champion "Char aznable" is the one foretold in the scrolls of destiny. While the second sect known as the federation, a more libertarian group, believe that a young man named "Amuro ray" is this jesus the scrolls speak about.This causes many heated debates between the two groups, all ending in more confusion than they started with. But no matter how opposed the two sects were, they would always put aside their differences if it meant helping others in need.
>>48001194Everyone will know Jesus when they see him.
>>48001252They will know in time.
>/wg/Beautiful landscapes, vivid and living works of art, conceptual minimalistic expanses, fractal realmsIt is a realm of quiet and stillness where words or sounds are dimmed and rarely heard and movement seems slowed. As the travellers cross this realm, they can sometimes glance at giant letters in the distance which spell profanities in the skies or above the edge of the mountains.Its denizens are perpetually celebrating the birthday of strangers, in silent and solemn celebrations.
>>47999570Well it kinda came with the Obama re-election. Libertarians kinda went underground, hollywood cult shit got threads closed, gamergate blew everything up, and the migrant crisis brought out a ton more negative feelings.I get what you mean man. I miss things like the threads that would talk about cults such as People's Temple, SSRF or the Finders.
>>48001631Anything but the same old boring alt-right hugbox, right?
>>47998945The civil war is fought between the factions of Armalite and Kalashnikov.
>>47997902>All the women dwell in the lost city of London
Since someone called us illiterate barbarians, I'll speak of my explorations of /sp/.The kingdom of /sp/ is a feudal monarchy who's power could match that of /tg/ or even /a/ if it's residents ever decided to look outside of its borders instead of fighting each other. The kingdom is divided into two main Duchies, Eurocuck and Americlap, although these duchies are also subdivided between thousands of lesser counts all fighting for territory and honor. On a almost weekly basis, counties will fight each other forming rivalries that last for generations. There was a third duchy until in recent times, the King decided to honor the independence request of /asp/.The latest conflicts in /sp/ were mass civil wars inside the Eurocuck regions known as the Eurowar (ongoing, and many tales will be told of the failure of Lorg Hodgson), and the War of the Copa (finished, many tales will be told of the bravery of King Sanchez, based Texas and the cowardice of the PU70's), and a war between King James of Daland and the peasant rebellion led by Chef Curry.In peacetime, people of all counties and baronies gather around market towns that provide weaponry, armor and the next generation of warriors for the endless internal battles. The one market town that has never fought a actual battle is the fortress of /trb/ home of autists that build glorious weapons out of excel sheets and regens. Originally refugees from /vg/ they replicate and record the finest warriors of the Eurocucks and constantly play wargames with each other to determine the most dominant lineup of warriors.>Not related, but the stats of /tg/, /sp/ and /a/ for today. Can you tell when England lost?
>>48000733>>48000889>>48001194>>48001252>>48001327>/m/ is Abrahamic in very essence Now I know the reason behind all those mecca jokes.
bumping from 8
The great red hordes of the east, otherwise known as reddit, is a barbaric nation of warring tribes. As of late, these tribes seem to have united under an invasion force against the peaceful states of 4chan.
>>48005597>/b/Let plains of /b/, being the largest and most populated state of 4chan with roads linking to all other boards, not to mention being the closest to the reddit homeland, had an obvious tactical advantage, and was quickly taken over by the red menace.
>>48005597No, the two powers are locked in a Cold War of convenience and have been for years.By spreading rumors and fear-mongering of enemy infiltrators, both governments now have wartime power to crack down on bothersome elements within their own territories. On Reddit, the secret police kick down doors and drag families away to political prisons under suspicion of espionage. On 4chan, citizens accuse their neighbors and rivals of being Reddit sympathizers and whip their villages into feverish lynch mobs merely to settle a personal grudge. Even personal hobbies must be on the official list of Approved 4chan Materials as anything else carries possible Reddit associations and is therefore dangerous and subversive.
>>48005672Spoken like a REDDITOR! GIDDIM BOIS
>>47994632Except the pirates are all little girls.
>>48006270No, they're men pretending to be little girls.
/r9k/ is like>>47990796but the people have similar characteristics to gelatinious cubes, and everyonce in a while, one will leave their hut, in an attempt to remove travellers by force, and often claim several victims in their rage.
>>47999077But what is Outlands?
'kay, what do I put in tags & description on /suptg/ archive request
>>47992288Checked and kek'ed
There is a separate island near tg where /lit/ and /his/ city states are located, they are nothing but a military /pol/ base to take control of /tg/
/tg/ I think would be like the mages guild in Skyrim & Oblivion. Massive libraries full of magical tomes such as 40kgen etc, I'd put more time into it but I'm at work.Loving these so far, good work /tg/
/tg/ did something beautiful with this threadYou're making me laugh again, keep up the good work
>>47996724Also>flooded with Australians>Designated shitting streetsand most importantly>ruled by the Jap emperor of top-notch Banter.
>>47998050The masketti shrine is kept by only the most silent of monks, who peer into your soul and speak only in mumbled sentence fragments between long stares. They subside on toothpicks and wear only the most gaudy scorpion jackets possible. They are the Human Beans.>+4 to Drive skill>-2 CHA>gain meme sorcery trait and can summon one meme per level per day.
>>48008440>/lit/ and /his/ a /pol/ puppet to take /tg/>implying this isn't the other way aroundI mean, /pol/ originally demanded that /his/ be made as a /pol/ite board. But it was deep in /tg/ and /lit/ long before /his/ was made.
A socialist state, /sci/ has a caste system based on field of study. At the top are physicists, mathematicians, and engineers. Biologists receive little funding, due to a controversy over whether or not biology is a hard science.
>>48009539holy shit dat screencapthis is how warp in 40k works
>Once upon a time there was a land of challengers and hedonists. They would always look for a new challenge, puzzle or test to spice up the life they found lacking. Their blood boiled and their wrath was like thunder, but there was much to find and seek, and the gods favored them for no matter how irate they became, most still gave them offerings>Among them there were the Hunters, collectors and explorer that took joy in taming all the beasts in their land. They became numerous and powerful, disturbing the balance of their land. They were turned on by the rest, who called upon the gods to take them away>One day, a mighty earthquake shook the land. Waves rose from the oceans, land split and cracked and slid and disintegrated like the heavens themselves struck at the land with a mighty spear>The Hunters were enclosed, and separated from the others of their tribe by the quakes, their island drifting away into the sea.>Many years passed, but the Hunters were not forsaken by their gods. Many creatures thrived in the wandering continent, and every few years a new landmass would float nearby and join their land, bringing new creatures and challenges.>Sometimes theyr cursed their own fate, displeased with the creatures and thinking them unworthy. But that was their home, and they would never quit.>For they all wanted the same thing>They all wanted to be the very best>Deep down, they all yearned to catch'em all.The legend of how /vp/ was tore from /v/
>>48009825In the movie, 9525 is the last frame of the plane scene
/tg/ is the ruins of a once great civilization. A new generation wanders in the shadows of the achievements of generations past, ignorant of their significance and meaning. They huddle in small groups, avoiding their fellows, either playing children's games of make believe or carrying out rote discussions of designated topics with ritualistic fervor. Many artisans remain but most of their sculptures are hastily fashioned of crude materials. They take pride in their ability to fashion works from any substance, but in truth sticks and mud are no substitute for nobler foundations. The old ones who crafted this place are mostly gone and scattered. Some still dwell within the ruins, for even amidst the squalor, some scavenged artifact or clever new creation will offer a moment of hope and respite. But it is only a moment, and soon the land returns of the status quo. The old guard takes what solace they can in that brief respite, for this state is not likely to change any time soon.
>>47990067Anyone got the pics with /k/ and /an/ in love?
>>47990796I'm making this a surreal demiplane in my setting now. Call it "Arnein'ke" or something. And the frogs worship virgins. They're accepting of outsiders who appear pathetic enough, but if they see an outsider who appears powerful, confident, or handsome then they explode into a cacophony of eldritch screeching: "NORMIES GET OUT REEEE"
>>48010852I might, I don't honestly know.
>>47988932/tg/ should be spergatory
>>48011269There's one more.
>>47994172That you felt the need to point that out speaks to your insecurities.
>>47994576>B-baka! I-It's not like I like you Western gaijins filling all my holes!
>>47999077>Arborea a.k.a. innawoods>not /k/