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That big mud ball that most of us live on.


CIA political map of the Americas

United States

The land of the free. Including Alaska and Hawaii.


Asia e.jpg


Very big, cheap Rolexes, everyone does kung-fu.


Last stronghold for humanity, if Tokyo falls, it's all over.


Split personality, zerg rushers.


Bears, vodka, bigger than China.




Le fuck!


Ja, trink mein zaft du gailes luda!


They make good porn too!

United Kingdom

Oh bollocks, I'm late for my 5 o'clock tea because of this bloody weather!

Fantasy World

A fantasy world is a type of imaginary world, part of a fictional universe. Typical worlds involve, but are not limited to magic or magical abilities and a medieval theme. Some worlds may be a parallel world tenuously connected to Earth via magical portals or items; a fictional Earth set in the remote past or future; or an entirely independent world set in another universe. Many fantasy worlds draw heavily on real world history, geography and sociology, and also on folklore.


A dystopia is a fictional society that is the antithesis of utopia. A dystopic society is characterised by negative traits the author chooses to illustrate, such as poverty, dictatorship, violence, and/or pollution. The only trait common to all dystopias is that they are negative and undesirable societies, but many commonalities are found across dystopian societies. In general, dystopias are seen as visions of "dangerous and alienating future societies," often criticizing current trends in culture. It is a culture where the condition of life is "extremely bad," as from deprivation, oppression, or terror. Most dystopias impose severe social restrictions on the characters' lives.

Mirror World

I dunno lol

Virtual Reality

A place where the character interacts with a computer(or some other device)-simulated environment, be it a real or imagined one. The condition for a virtual reality to exist is the existence of real world for the character. In some cases, a virtual reality where characters can get harmed physically is depicted.


The final frontier.

Other Planet

The anime will fit this category if some or all of the action takes place on another planet which is supposedly in the same universe as Earth, not a complete fantasy world; usually there has to be some concept of space travel. The Latin name for Earth - Terra, would also pass the condition. Basically, even mentioning of Earth existing or having existed would be enough. Although Moon is a moon, it also qualifies as Other Planet.


Beam me up, Scotty! Space stations (think Death Star) also count. Basically, if the setting takes place onboard a spaceship in space, this category is applicable. If the spaceship lies on a planet and never takes off, then you should not add this category.