The Encyclopedia of Lyon

The Wall of Lyon has a vast and developed world behind it; one that encompasses a vast complex world of animal species and cultures we do not see here on Earth. Thus a whole segment of The Wall of Lyon has been dedicated purely to the development of this fantasy world. Based on Ashleigh Harley’s ongoing science fiction novels, the world is like no other and explained in The Encyclopedia of Lyon.

Located on the supercontinent of Anaia, Lyon is secluded behind the immense structure of the walls that tower around it, marking the continent and keeping the people of Lyon trapped within; or perhaps unwanted creatures sealed out. The planet itself holds no name, as the people of Lyon are unawares that anything lies beyond The Walls thus all their lives they have learnt not to question.

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The Continent of Lyon

“Lyon is the most fundamental contenant of a large super-continent named Anaia, due to being the only place in which the people of ‘The Wall of Lyon’ know to exist, it is believed to be all there is in the universe. Protected by towering walls high in the mountains Lyon’s citizens have never seen these lofty enclosures, thus all they have is their intense beliefs and convictions.”

The Culture of Lyon

“The culture of Lyon is vast, encompassing the entirety of those who reside behind The Walls. Having a mysterious past and spanning through many ages it has become a place of both retribution and mass oppression. It is a place of refuge where care is taken for all and for none.”

What Lies Beyond The Walls – Belief and Mystery 

“Lyon is a place of belief and mystery, where fact cannot be confirmed or maintained for the lack of documentation as all forms of reading and writing are strictly forbidden. Thus over the many years and generations belief has taken prevalence and has become an essential aspect to everybody’s lives behind The Walls. Believing that no life exists beyond The Walls only beasts and evils roam a non-existent land between their god’s world and their own. These beliefs form the basis of their religion and their culture.”

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