Worlds of the Wizard’s Tower

A Compendium of Insights and Musings By Lancelot Squib

Image of a hot-air balloon decorated with skulls and adrift across the peach-colored sky of a fantasy world.
Our world isn’t the only one that exists. Fantasy worlds and alternate realities brimming with adventure and mystery are yours to explore through the Wizard’s Tower.

I. Introduction

What lies beyond reality? Such a simple thing to ask, yet such a profound and unknowable mystery.

Like most people, I spent a great deal of my life believing one answer or another to that question. Heaven, Hell, the nihilistic Void. There are as many answers to believe in as there have been people to ponder the question.

Then several years ago I was made aware of the greater nature of our universe. I discovered that it was but one of at least dozens, all existing independently of each other.

There are a multitude of different universes, each with branching timelines and multiple, nested dimensions. Some universes are virtually identical to our own. Others are wildly different, more like fantasy worlds out of pulp novels than what we call the real world.

And beyond the veil of the reality of each of these universes lies a quasi-dimension full of the infinite possibilities that only magic can provide.

The Wizard’s Tower itself is a riddle at the heart of this strange dimension of magical energy, bridging 108 universes in a symphony of mystery, intrigue, and danger.

In this strange, ancient monolith impossibly different beings come together to solve mysteries and recover artifacts from a bizarre menagerie of alternate realities and fantasy worlds.

The following is a collection of my observations, gleanings, and notational ephemera on the Wizard’s Tower itself and those of its 108 worlds I have become most familiar with. It is my hope that they provide you with entertainment and elucidation.

II. Contents

1. The Wizard’s Tower Handbook

2. The Many Worlds Guide

Earthic Worlds

Atlassic Worlds

III. APPENDIX

Bibliography

Making friends with the Librarian is an extremely difficult task, but it is well worth the effort. For those sources who are of Atlantic or Atlassic origin, it can be assumed they reside in the Tower Library. Some Earthic sources are available in this world, however.

Atlassic Authors

Paidithaumos, Panos. Thaumatadiastatic Travel and Experimentation. 13th ed. Podopolis: Velvet University Repository, 1201 42A.

Malicule the Meticulous. Birth, Death, Rebirth: Effects of Super-Massive Density on Multi-Dimensional Space. 1st ed. Vol. 3. 6 vols. Puce: Aurantian Concordat Press, 112 69A.

Malicule the Meticulous. Comprehensive Physical Evaluation of Purple-13. 1st ed. Vol. 19. 36 vols. Puce: Aurantian Concordat Press, 287 69A.

Fermille, Laddys. Pseudo-Hemoglobular Efficacy in Ritualized Casting. 12th ed. Puce: Aurantian Concordat Press, 723 69A.

Fermille, Laddys, and Parciloquy the Peculiar. “Location and Procurement of World Key Psi Prime: a Discourse.” Address, Aurantian Concordat Ekklesia 843, Puce, 843 69A.

Fermille, Laddys, and Parciloquy the Peculiar. “A Grand Adventure in World YΞ.” Lecture, Aurantian Concordat Ekklesia 1179, Puce, 1179 69A.

Rodolfo the Clock Maker, and Laddys Fermille. “TMG Hemoglobin Applicator Planning and Design.” Popular Pseudo-Science 8, no. 4 (744): 3-26.

Rodolfo the Clock Maker. Reverse-Engineering the Arithmantic Properties of Purple-13. 1st ed. Puce: Aurantian Concordat Press, 302 69A.

Rodolfo the Clock Maker. Horological and Horomantic Review Respective To Purple-13 L36. 1st ed. Puce: Aurantian Concordat Press, 486 69A.

Earthic Authors

Fischer, Eugen. “Paranormal Züchten: Verbesserte Psychedelische Kopplung.” Die Zeitschrift Der Arkane Wissenschaft 420, no. 2 (March 21, 1928): 34-41.