Wiki: Worlds

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Every world in Boundless is a planet and server. All twelve servers are separated by four geografical areas. Below is the universe map “the Crown of the Boundless” where every area is represented as a column:

Also worlds are divided by three categories of enviroment aggresion: home worlds. moon worlds and ring worlds. Moon worlds placed in top row on the map, home worlds - in middle row, and ring - in down row.

Connection between worlds

Lines between worlds are the paths of traveling. From each world you can see only worlds which connected by lines with this one. You can take coordinates with Totem only by worlds you see among you in the sky. If you havn’t any coordinates, you would travel only by this lines.

Starting worlds

When player enter in the Boundless universe first time, he find himself in the home worlds of his area. Here is the most friendly enviroment: is a dense forest for wood and the aggressive creatures are weak and scanty. Here is all what you need to create Warp Location Picker Upgrade and travel to other worlds, but precious metals are rare and gems can’t be discovered.

Moon worlds

Moons are less friendly. Now two of four moons are covered by ice and two others are covered by deserts. Creatures of moons are more tought against of home worlds. However, every moon can hide gems or bigger amount of metals. Now gems are discovered only on Epsilo, but I think we can find it on Septerfon too.

Ring worlds

This worlds are stations of the big road across the universe. And it the most aggresive for travelers. Here you can often find lava lakes and most tought foes - Hoppers and Cuttletrunks. But the deeps of three worlds (as a min) of four are contain lot of gems - it not confirmed only for Alturnik.

Here is a schematic represent of each world below:

A cradles of civilisations

<img src="/uploads/default/original/2X/4/498c1db565fad1dbe2a26773a46e169f28cbdbdb.png" width="25" height="25"> Therka (EU Central)

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Therka

Type: EU Central home world
Landscapes: deserts, plains, swamps, mountains, dense forests, glaciers.
Sky colour: blue

Settlements:

Creatures:

  • Wildstocks - I & II
  • Spitters - III
  • Roadrunners - I

Sights:

<img src="/uploads/default/original/2X/4/4872a535c7e0b3f1755c59c09d2b4a316f93976d.png" width="25" height="25"> Solum (US East)

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Solum

Type: US East home world
Landscapes: plains, dense forests, swamps, mountains.
Sky colour: teal blue

Settlements:

Creatures:

  • Wildstocks - I & II
  • Spitters - III
  • Roadrunners - I

Sights:

<img src="/uploads/default/original/2X/4/461f696514eb3d089d6f57cfbbf365e5d6cf4f8d.png" width="25" height="25"> Berlyn (US West)

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Berlyn

Type: US West home world
Landscapes: deserts, plains, mountains, glaciers.
Sky colour: brown beige

Settlements:

Creatures:

  • Wildstocks - I & II
  • Spitters - III
  • Roadrunners - I

Sights:

<img src="/uploads/default/original/2X/9/945b8a082ed68ff19af9d73dad3db41c064c18ff.png" width="25" height="25"> Vena V (Australia)

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Vena V

Type: Australian home world
Landscapes: deserts, dense forests, mountains, glaciers.
Sky colour: light blue
Settlements: N/A

Creatures:

  • Wildstocks - I & II
  • Spitters - III
  • Roadrunners - I

Sights: N/A

Night luminaries

<img src="/uploads/default/original/2X/e/e5b42c782e557e919799b761ccf11a0adadac682.png" width="25" height="25"> Septerfon (EU Central)

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Septerfon

Type: EU Central moon world
Landscapes: icy wastelands, glaciers, taiga forests, craters.
Sky colour: orange yellow

Settlements:

Creatures:

  • Wildstocks - II и III
  • Spitters - III

Rare resources:

  • Metals
  • Gleam: goldy

Sights: N/A

<img src="/uploads/default/original/2X/4/4e4269d1cef5bcd2debce6b57992c2f049891490.png" width="25" height="25"> Epsilo (US East)

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Epsilo

Type: US East moon world
Landscapes: icy wastelands, glaciers, taiga forests, hexagon mountains.
Sky colour: teal green
Settlements: N/A

Creatures:

  • Wildstocks - II и III
  • Spitters - III
  • Roadrunners - II
  • Hoppers - III

Rare resources:

  • Gems: Topazes
  • Gleam: goldy

Sights: N/A

<img src="/uploads/default/original/2X/6/647cb0cbdbed8a2e55cee7bbe91a9389742efa5e.png" width="25" height="25"> Elopor (US West)

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Elopor

Type: US West moon world
Landscapes: deserts, wastelands, steppes.
Sky colour: beige
Settlements: N/A

Creatures:

  • Wildstocks - II и III
  • Spitters - III

Rare resources:

  • Metals
  • Gleam: goldy

Sights:

<img src="/uploads/default/original/2X/3/3875d40c0752cc9b824592daa402d6acaaa7131f.png" width="25" height="25"> Andooweem (Australia)

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Andooweem

Type: Australian moon world
Landscapes: deserts, wastelands, steppes.
Sky colour: violet
Settlements: N/A

Creatures:

  • Wildstocks - II и III
  • Spitters - III

Rare resources:

  • Gem: Diamonds
  • Gleam: white

Sights: N/A

The highways

<img src="/uploads/default/original/2X/a/ac8971b839d04dc95087e657033db91e538503be.png" width="25" height="25"> Munteen VII (EU Central)

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Munteen VII

Type: EU Central ring world
Landscapes: graveyards, forests, igneous wastelands, floating islands, lava lakes.
Sky colour: lilac
Settlements: N/A

Creatures:

  • Wildstocks - IV и V
  • Spitters - III и V
  • Roadrunners - III
  • Hoppers - III
  • Cuttletrunks - I и III

Rare resources:

  • Gems: Amethysts (avg. Y: 60-70)
  • Gleam: bright blue

Sights:

<img src="/uploads/default/original/2X/8/843e92435fcb49417f2381bfdc415fa2055b0322.png" width="25" height="25"> Vulpto (US East)

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Vulpto

Type: US East ring world
Landscapes: forests, steppes, glaciers.
Sky colour: rich yellow

Settlements:

Creatures:

  • Wildstocks - IV и V
  • Spitters - III и V
  • Roadrunners - I
  • Hoppers - III
  • Cuttletrunks - I и III

Rare resources:

  • Gems: Rubies - (avg. Y: ~40)
  • Gleam: red

Sights: N/A

<img src="/uploads/default/original/2X/4/49fa71e5e794ef7f7e96f34782b336bb4fdac832.png" width="25" height="25"> Nasharil (US West)

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Nasharil

Type: US West ring world
Landscapes: forests, mountains, floating islands, lava lakes.
Sky colour: yellow
Settlements: N/A

Creatures:

  • Wildstocks - IV и V
  • Spitters - III и V
  • Roadrunners - I
  • Hoppers - III
  • Cuttletrunks - I и III

Rare resources:

  • Gems: Sapphires
  • Gleam: bright yellow

Sights: N/A

<img src="/uploads/default/original/2X/e/e56a7bbb6c36620c628f7796c312fe027f1c28e7.png" width="25" height="25"> Alturnik (Australia)

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Alturnik

Type: Australian ring world
Landscapes: N/A
Sky colour: vinnous
Settlements: N/A

Creatures:

  • Wildstocks - IV и V
  • Spitters - III и V
  • Roadrunners - I
  • Hoppers - III
  • Cuttletrunks - I и III

Rare resources:

  • Gems: N/A (possibly - emeralds or diamonds)
  • Gleam: light blue

Sights: N/A

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would be nice if you add what server each planet is (EU,US, etc…) would help people to choose what planets to travel without worrying about the connection :slight_smile:

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Awesome resource here! Thanks for the hard work! :smile:

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Elipso has hoppers and higher tier roadrunners

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Well, it’s a wiki-post and everybody can make some tweaks.

Oops, I forgot it was a wiki post. How do you determine tier? By the dev posts?

You mean for the creatures? They’re on here http://boundlesscrafting.com/creatures

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I go to this site everyday and have not seen that! Mind blown!

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Yes, but I used directly dev’s master sheets, not boundlescrafting.

I am confused on how to travel to other worlds. If its not in the game yet maybe this is why I can’t see how to do it. If there is a way please leave detailed instructions or a link as to how it is accomplished.

@Crosade:

  1. You can warp to other worlds by using a warp crystal. There’s a tutorial in-game explaining it as you progress (this takes a lot of effort).

  2. You can use one of the portal networks. They connect all dozen planets and can be found from any big city / popular destination. Since there are too many to list where each is it would be better if you just posted where you are or looked through the other forum posts - many include portal locations.

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