Casey returns with tales from his travels through the wasteland of the interwebz.
Castle of Common Consent: Considered by some to be the capital of the Bloggernacle, although this is bitterly disputed. At various times battles have been fought against what some have perceived to be the injustices and haughtiness of the Dukes of Common Consent.
Castle of Time and Season: Perhaps the oldest known fortress in the land, it still exists today as a proud standard bearer for the Bloggernacle as it once was. Despite claims that its Barons are out of touch with the common peasant, it remains a key citadel.
The Wasteland: Separating Common Consent from Time and Season is a scorched desert which few dare cross. There are tales that the Wasteland was created by bitter Lords of the two castles burning the once-fertile countryside, each seeking to cut the other off in a bid for Bloggernacle supremacy.
Housewives of the Mormon Feminists: A domain ruled by female warriors, it has recently staked its own claim as the greatest castle land, leading to violent and hilarious skirmishes with the Castle of Common Consent.
Keep of the Millennial Star: Capital of the land of Libertaria, a province separated from the Bloggernacle mainland by the lofty Ideological Mountains. Rumored to be hostile to visitors from the west, it is nevertheless connected by a narrow pass between the mountains and the Unwavering Wall.
The Unwavering Wall: Built in a past age, the wall separates the mainland Bloggernacle from schismatics who began an eastward exodus long ago, claiming to possess greater purity and knowledge. Some claim to have ventured beyond the wall and returned to tell their tales.
Forest of the Scholars: A dense woodland filled with villages of scholars and mages, from which much of the arcane knowledge of Mormonism is produced. Some call the forest a land of priestcraft and sorcery and refuse to enter it. The forest itself is divided by The Apologetic Rift, a deep ravine said to have been caused by a vicious battle over magick and methodology.
Outer Blogness: For those who abandon the hope and comfort of the Bloggernacle, this is a cursed, forsaken land from which few return. Some brave adventurers seek out the apostates in an attempt to reason with or reclaim them, but stories of success are apocryphal at best.
The New Order: The coast separating the Bloggernacle from Outer Blogness is inhabited by a loosely-organized commune known as the New Order. Their practices are idiosyncratic and, some argue, heretical. They are led by a mysterious cabal known as “The Podcasters.” Some believe that the New Order secretly ferries wayward peasants into Outer Blogness and in return allow spies into the Bloggernacle, though they vehemently deny it and claim their intentions are entirely peaceful.
The Bloggernacle countryside: The land is dotted with smaller villages that contribute to the economy in their own ways. Some are allied with the larger castles, others are more independent. The mountains are known to be a refuge of various hermits and sages, including one rumored to teach travelers about an age when death did not exist, and others who claim to be outcasts from the Forest of Scholars. There is a merry band of bards who travel the wasteland known as the Textperts, who seek to bring joy and wisdom to all. Other wanderers seek to provide various forms of spiritual guidance to Bloggernacle denizens.