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Eretz, also referred to as "Elsewhere" (Eretz means lands in Hebrew), is one of the known universes in the Continuum. It is the world that chimaera originate from and reside in. It is also parallel to Earth and portals connect the two worlds. Unlike Earth, Eretz has two moons, named Nitid and Ellai by the chimaera. Eretz has two known continents, one in the north and one in the south. 


... It had only been the residence of the Chimaera, until the Seraphim had to flee from their home world Meliz. The Chimaera species had been scattered into various tribes residing in small villages. It was with the coming of the seraphim that large cities were built.

Notable Locations[]

A map of Eretz from Days of Blood & Starlight

The Seraph Empire[]

The Seraph Empire covers the northern continent of Eretz. It is naturally divided from the southern continent by the Adelphas Mountains.


See full article: Astrae


Bay of Beasts[]

See full article: Bay of Beasts


Halcyon Sea[]

See full article: Halcyon Sea



See full article: Thisalene


The Southern Continent[]

The southern continent is home to the chimaera. It is naturally divided from the northern continent by the Adelphas Mountains.

Adelphas Mountains[]

See full article: Adelphas Mountains


Aranzu Plains[]

See full article: Aranzu Plains


Arch Carnival[]

See full article: Arch Carnival


Brimstone's Shop[]

See full article: Brimstone's shop



See full article: Bullfinch


Cape Armasin[]

See full article: Cape Armasin


Erling River[]

See full article: Erling River


Kir River[]

See full article: Kir River



See full article: Loramendi


Marazel Hills[]

See full article: Marazel Hills


Sab Desert[]

See full article: Sab Desert


Spirit Veil[]

See full article: Spirit Veil


The Coast Range[]

See full article: The Coast Range


The Hintermost[]

See full article: The Hintermost


The Secret Coast[]

See full article: The Secret Coast


The Far Isles[]

See full article: The Far Isles

These islands, as their name suggests, are located all the way on the opposite side of Eretz.


  • Eretz is a Hebrew word meaning "land", or "earth".[1]