This name generator will provide you with 15 random names for worlds, realms and the like. The names in this generator are similar to, for example, Middle Earth, All World and Discworld. Names mainly targets either alternative Earths, specific locations on Earth and similar vast expanses of land in universes usually oriented towards fantasy.
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Worldbuilding is basically the process of creating an imaginary world, sometimes with a fictional world attached to it. Worldbuilding can involve the creation of characters, a background, and even races (if you're writing fantasy fiction), incorporating culture and, at times, an invented language. Some writers also find that setting a scene in the "real" world creates a sense of realism within their characters and allows them to speak with more authenticity than the words they use. The main reason that some people choose to go with fantasy world names is simply because the names of most of the world's major places seem pretty appropriate. For instance, the world that the wizard in The Lord of the Rings lives in has names like Angmar, Dunharrow, Gondor, Gomorrhoth, Ithilien, Rivendell, and Rohan.
It's important to keep in mind that when you choose to give your fantasy world names, you'll be the one who decides what those names mean. That means you'll have to think carefully about what kinds of things are associated with each one. For example, a person in the Middle Ages might have heard "the world of Middle Earth". These were the words used to refer to a fictional world. If you give the names of certain places or events similar names to those used by someone living in the Middle Ages, you will likely cause confusion in your readership. When you choose a name that sounds different from what someone is familiar with, it helps to keep in mind the way that people might talk in the future.
One thing to keep in mind is that while your readers may know the names of many of the locations that populate your world, they probably won't understand all of them. There are many places throughout the world that aren't as well known as they should be, so it's important to ensure that you make your reader feel comfortable when they are visiting these locations. The best way to do this is to create a world that is unique. in the same vein, remember that if you have a fantasy world that features a magical element, make sure that it doesn't overshadow the overall tone of your book. if your readers don't feel as though they are intruding on a secret society, they may not want to spend time reading the book. If you have the luxury of a novel that is available at a certain time and location that you would like to make an appearance in, don't forget to mention it when choosing a world name.