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    The real-world equivalent of the Regal Necropolis is London. A crumbling ancient city with bloody red skies above and deep crags in the ground, it seems to be abandoned save for the howlings and hissings of various lesser demons scurrying about. The London Eye has fallen into the Thames, Big Ben has collapsed, the House of Lords is nothing but a charred ruin: it's essentially London but in a hellish, reddened dystopia. Regal Necropolis is home to the Archdemon Mammon.
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    Dangerous Liaiso...
    Sat Oct 12, 2013 3:25 am
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    The real-world equivalent of the Stygian Tundra is Irkutsk. A wide, open expanse filled with naught but craggy ice and great splitting glaciers, it resembles Cocytus in that the cold is not a salvation from Inferis' usual heat: but instead it is just bitter and painful, buffetting one's skin. Wandering the Tundra, a continual flat plain with just mounds of constantly-moving snow and naught to follow but the remnants of crushed skyscrapers and building rubble beneath will easily confuse a lesser mind. Many adventurers have come here before their times and perished from the sheer cold and the delirium that exploring the Tundra causes. No horizons, no landmarks, no ends in sight, and only the fading glimmer of a sun to guide you, it can be said to be a truly hopeless place. Stygian Tundra is home to the Archdemon Moloch.
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    Of Salt and Salv...
    Sat Oct 12, 2013 2:44 am
    Etreven View latest post

    The real-world equivalent of the Forlorn Ashland is Johannesburg. Much like the other alternative Inferis cities, the settlement here has been completely flattened: infact, it's said that in the arid climates, the flames of hell scorched everything, and reduced the entire desert city to ash, hence why whenever one walks amongst the Ashland, eponymously, flecks of smoky grey dust drift down in clumps and showers from great big stormy clouds of it above. Forlorn Ashland is home to the Archdemon Beelzebub.
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    To Dine In Hell ...
    Sun Sep 29, 2013 10:23 am
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    The real-world equivalent of the Great Undercroft is Rome. With a recrafted coliseum almost rising to the sky now the city's centrepiece, the Great Undercroft lies bordering the Spirelands and edging on Lucifer's territory. Home to the souls of the great warriors of lore, it holds numerous demon battles and has done timelessly for all eternity, and any who wander through find the Undercroft to be one of the most well-stocked defensive borders of demon forces, from where the majority of their close-combat troops stem. The Great Undercroft is home to the Archdemon Belial.
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    Thu Sep 26, 2013 10:40 pm
    Gaius Octavian Skipio View latest post

    The real-world equivalent of the Blightscape is Barcelona. The Blightscape is a vast expanse of land with green-tinted skies and a legion of demons idly walking around in a zombie-like manner with gas masks amalgamated into their fizzling and rotting skin. Many a timeless decade ago, the Blightscape was struck by a horrific plague which destroyed all the demonic residents - it'll only disfigure those of a demonic origin who reside there for years on end, so it's tentatively safe for humans to walk through in spite of the ghastly stench of rotting flesh and sulphur in the air. The Blightscape is home to the Archdemon Asmodeus.
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    Mon Oct 14, 2013 4:42 pm
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    The real-world equivalent of the Tarpit Enclaves is Hong Kong. Once an industrial capital of the world, all the pollution and smog seems to, in Inferis, have come to ahead, tormenting the poor souls below by reducing skyscrapers and a central business district to great bubbling puddles of scalding hot and viscous tar, from which various demons, smothered in it, emerge from to do battle. They move slow but are not to be reckoned with. The Tarpit Enclaves are home to the Archdemon Legion.
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    Wed Oct 30, 2013 2:01 am
    Zadkiel View latest post

    The real-world equivalent of the Entropic Chasm is Washington D.C. A great furrow has split the ground in half, right down the centre of the White House, and opened into a deep, chasm-like ravine, serving as a prison for all the lawless scum that have come into Inferis over the years. There chasm also serves as a border into the Spirelands, which the whole region edges on - and it can't be walked around or leapt over. The furrow cuts through the whole region, a great long curvature - one must descend from one end and traverse through into the middle, where they can make the climb up to the other side. Entropic Chasm is home to the Archdemon Belphegor, though in his slumber, Lucifer oversees it from the Spirelands.
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    Shadows Speak to...
    Sun Oct 06, 2013 6:39 pm
    Hattori Kazuya View latest post

    The real-world equivalent of Darkroot Domain is Rio de Janeiro. Darkroot Domain shows the power of nature in Inferis: as an accursed tropical undergrowth surrounding the city seems to have encroached upon its borders and forced its way into the city proper, creating a jungle-like labyrinth of thick trees and ivy vines around many of Rio's slums and actual buildings. Fights in the Domain are usually quick if there's any resistance at all; its native demons have a tendency to strike from above and are usually lethal, similar to real-world jungle tribes. Darkroot Domain is home to the Archdemon Ba'al.
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    Wishing Upon You...
    Fri Oct 04, 2013 10:17 am
    Zeke View latest post

    The real-world equivalent of the Black Sea is Helsinki. This city in particular, originally constructed of ports, bays, coasts, islands, and peninsulas, has completely sunk into the water, buildings ruined and collapsed, and great geysers perforating the cityscape, rising higher than skyscrapers. The entire city has been reduced to a few simple islands, with great, dark, thick and murky water atop it - there's a reason that no-one ventures further out of Inferis than the Black Sea. All demons here are typically underwater-life based. The Black Sea is home to the Archdemon Leviathan.
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    Somewhere we don...
    Fri Aug 16, 2013 1:45 pm
    Analee View latest post

    The real-world equivalent of the Spirelands is the Vatican City. An unholy city to mirror that of the real world in its place, fittingly, the Spirelands are home to the greatest killers, thieves, crime lords, serial murderers, assassins, and any who commit any grand crime to earn themselves a stay in Inferis. It holds the only fine architecture in all of the realm, as all the other buildings are ruined, but here, the architecture of the buildings around the Spirelands is even more elegant than the Vatican itself. At the epicentre of the city, and the very centre of Inferis, geographically, lies a tall, huge, black, spined, spiky, and almost organic spire, with thousands upon thousands of demons slaving away at it night and day tirelessly and restlessly. A tower. The Devil Spire. At the top, as it is perfected and finished around him, sits, upon his throne, next to the tenth and final tear this side of the barrier, the Devil himself. The Spirelands are home to the Archdemon, and Unholy Overlord of Inferis, Lucifer.
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    Fri Sep 20, 2013 4:41 am
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