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Fictional : something invented by the imagination or feigned — Webster

Dictionary of Imaginary Places (Wikipedia)
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Realm : kingdom, sphere, domain — Webster

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Fictional Realm : kingdom, sphere, or domain invented by the imagination or feigned — M.E.Hopper

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Fictional universe is a self-consistent imaginary setting with events, and often other elements, that differ from the real world. It may also be called an imagined, constructed or fictional realm (or world). Fictional universes may appears in novels, comics, films, television shows, video games and other creative works.

A fictional universe can be almost indistinguishable from the real world, except for the presence of the invented characters and events that characterize a work of fiction; at the other extreme it can bear little or no resemblance to reality, with invented fundamental principles of space and time.

The subject is most commonly addressed in reference to fictional universes that differ markedly from reality, such as those that introduce entire fictional cities, countries, or even planets, or those that contradict commonly known facts about the world and its history, or those that feature fantasy or science fiction concepts such as magic or faster than light travel—and especially those in which the deliberate development of the setting is a substantial focus of the work. — Wikipedia

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How to Create a Fictional World from Scratch (WikiHow)

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OEDILF: The Omnificent English Dictionary In Limerick Form

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