As a reader, I really enjoyed a solid world building. It feels like you’re there, seeing and feeling and doing everything. Reading transports your mind and soul to a whole different world, while your physical body stays in the same place. Especially when that universe has magic, use foreign cultures, and has unique architectures.
So today I’m going to show you guys my Top 5 Fictional World. These are the world I’d love to visit, even stay there (and run and scream and panicked whenever there’s trouble). SO without futher talking, here they are!
1. Hogwarts // Harry Potter Series
Who doesn’t love Hogwarts? Hogwarts is my second home. Magic, castle, ghosts, hidden rooms, and so much more! I still got chills on this scene:
Things to-do: Learn magic, investigates all the mysteries, play quidditch, visit the chamber of secrets, visit the room of requirements, spend Christmas and Halloween in Hogwarts.
2. Camp Half-Blood // Percy Jackson and the Olympians
Camp Half-Blood is a safe haven for all demigods. Here, they are safe from any kinds of monsters, creatures, and enemies that want to kill them. Only half-blood could come in. They get beads for every year they’re in camp/every quest completed. They also stays in houses according their Godly parents.
Things to-do: Play Capture-the-Flag, visit the Oracle, learn how to control your power, go on a quest and try to stay alive.
3. Alicante // The Mortal Instruments-The Infernal Devices
This is the home city of Nephilim. The construction is mostly in gold- and honey-colored stone, with red tile roofs. Apart from its unusual demon towers, Alicante is a city of canals. The only way you could come here is through a Portal. Alicante is surrounded by Demon Towers, that supports the Wards, and the towers light up as warnings depending on the situation; an example is their red and gold battle lights.
Things to-do: Crash the council meeting (oops), climb the Demon Tower, visit the Accords Hall and Angel Square.
4. Ravka // Grisha series
Ravka is one of the nations in the Grisha universe. It is bordered by Fjerda in the north, Shu Han in the south and the True Sea in the west. What I love the most about this universe is the magic/Grisha and the Russian cultures woven in this book.
Things to-do: Hunt the Morozova’s Amplifiers, join the Grisha army, visit Os Alta, Keramzin and the Folds.
5. The Londons (lol idk what they’re called) // A Darker Shade of Magic
There are 4 Londons in A Darker Shade of Magic: Grey London-the magicless and ordinary London, Red London-the one that has magic and lives in harmony with it, White London-where people drain the life out of magic in attempt to control it, and Black London-the London that’s destroyed by magic. I’d love to travel to those 4 Londons, experiencing them all!
Things to-do: Travel to all 4 Londons, try to stay alive in White London, and try to find a way back from Black London.