Conworlding, also called worldbuilding, is the process of constructing an imaginary world, sometimes associated with a whole fictional universe. The resulting world may be called a constructed world or a conworld. The term "worldbuilding" was popularized at science fiction writers' workshops in the 1970s. Developing an imaginary setting with coherent qualities such as a history, geography, and ecology is a key task for many science fiction or fantasy writers. Worldbuilding often involves the creation of maps, a backstory, and people for the world. Constructed worlds can enrich the backstory and history of fictional works, and it is not uncommon for authors to revise their constructed worlds while completing its associated work. Constructed worlds can be created for personal amusement and mental exercise, or for specific creative endeavors such as novels, video games, or role-playing games.
With a population close to 33 million and a landmass of 312,896 square kilometres, Helvore is the ninth largest country in Europe, and is a major economic power in the European Union and the rest of the world. Helvore uses the Euro, drives on the left, and is world-renowned for their excellent Mountain Ranges, History, Culture, and food. (more...)
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Note: This only lists the top 50 Constructed Worlds Wiki projects with at least 50 pages (files are counted as pages) on this site, according to Special:MostLinkedCategories, and whose main article has not been deleted. There are many other smaller conworlds on this site. This info is not necessarily up to date.