Beta map of Bulbagarden
by, 30th May 2012 at 01:07 PM (415 Views)
Voila! It's just something I've been thinking of. It's a rough mock-up I made in MSPaint. Bulbagarden in the form of a magical land. If I ever actually continue this, I'll expand the lands and fill up all those empty spaces. I've only covered a tiny bit of the forum with this, and the rest need attention.
Now, without further ado, allow me to explain this abomination:
Based on: Welcome Center, mainly the Garden Grotto.
Notes: Grotto Docks, where most immigrants and outsiders enter the region, via boat. Interesting places include the Library of Laws and the parliament building.
Outter Rim (Just around Grotto Docks)
Based on: That userbar thing at the top
Subdivisions: Gallespiquen (Gallery), Arcadia (Arcade), Irc (IRC Chat) and Gentleman's Club (Social Groups)
Notes: Not a section itself, but more of a collection of non-aligned towns that are unofficially grouped together.
Based on: Pokemon News, mainly Bulbanews
Notes: Newsreal is the scientific capitol of the land, but not the world. (That goes to the unmarked Bulpedia Island.) The section of land produces the land's newspaper, providing some of the biggest information in the land.
*While the land is usually not divided, it will mysteriously expand and grow new subdivisions, which often mysteriously fade away.
Pro. (Short for Projects)
Based on: Development Zone
Notes: It's more like the construction area in the desert between Castelia City and Nimbasa. It's also filled with rich socialites who come with plans to improve the land.
Based on: Manga section
Subdivisions: PRevieuria (p/review section)
Notes: Actually part of the Media Triad (With Animerica and Cards), formed to unite the warring nations.
Based on: Anime section
Subdivisions: Festivia (Grand Festial), Everindigo Suzupelucid (Pokemon League.)
Notes: Part of the Media Triad, and the visual entertainment capitol or the land. Known for its many political and religious debates that have waged on for centuries, and for its Irish Catholic/Protestant-esque (but less violent) hostilities between the worshippers of Iris and Dentoists.
Based on: TCG section
Notes: Part of the Media Triad.
Based on: Blogs.
Notes: The best section, and also the most mystical. Swamp-like and rumored to be close to the land of ghosts, this section of the land is a blend of all the other lands, making it a carnival of nations. It is the best section, trust me.
Based on: Game Corner
Subdivisions: Athena (RP section) Aries (War Room), Hermes (F&G)
Notes: The entertainment capital. (As in, general entertainment.) I really want to say more about this place because they have some cool people. But I barely pay attention to this land.
Based on: Large-scale forum games
Subdivisions: Phurpgh (URPG), Fuzzboobs (Fizzy Bubbles)
Notes: The land is in a giant creater, created when a meteor struck the land.
Based on: Shipper's Paradise
Notes: A shipping and delivering hub, with a network of tracks tracks that go through those big thick lines. The people have many days and festivals to celebrate love.
Based on: Creative Corner
Subdivisions: Chataux Croago (Chef's Chateau), Croag Alcove (Artist's Alcove), Croak Menagerie (Media Menagerie), Poison Jab Workshop (Writer's Workshop.)
Notes: Because the land is (for the most part) round, the section made sure the territory was a square.
Based on: Pokemon World, sans Shipper's Paradise.
Notes: Created specifially to aid in connecting the other sections, mainly Vidolia and the Media Triad, and close ally of Heartland Paradise. It has underground roads, so it touches the edges of the land, much like the ring around a PokeBall.
Based on: Vidya game section
Subdivisions: The Capitol (PVG), Arena (PBC), Panagnemite (GTS)
Notes: Tributes from the districts of Pagnemite often go to the Arena to fight to the death in the Nuzlocke Games, or the Meta Games.
Based on: The World Beyond
Subdivisions: Several subdivisions I'm too lazy to look up atm.
Notes: I think I'll make this the Beyond Archipelago, with each section an island or two. This way, it's "beyond the land," in a way.
This map and land definitely need a lot of work. But this was a good time-waster.
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