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Coracan Coracansymbolwhite.svg
Gravity 1G
Day length 1 day
Year length 360 days
Axial tilt 24°
Polities Conglomerate States (Intergovernmental Entity)

91 sovereign states
1 CS Condominium

2 non-recognised entities
Population 5.1 billion


Coracan comes from the ancient Proto word "Corac" meaning dust combined with the "an" suffix to mean a complete and unified body.

Orbit and Rotation

Human Geography

The six continents of Coracan:      Pachan      Asna      Eyo      Torica      South Saldur      North Saldur

Coracan's human population reached approximately 5 billion on 11 Apar 4317.

Independent sovereign nations claim the entirety of Coracan's surface. No sovereign government has ever controlled the entire world, although some nation-states have tried and failed to achieve world domination.

The Conglomerate States is a worldwide intergovernmental organisation that serves as a platform for peaceful conflict resolution and a platform for international diplomacy and international law.

The first human to orbit Coracan was Karen Torridotter on 25 Apar 4241. As of 45 Serul 4315, 1,582 people have visited outer space and reached orbit and of these, 367 have walked on Serulus.


In Coracan, there is a layer of reality called the metasphere. Experiences and memories have an impact in the areas they are formed and last for varying periods. Metabeings are created by collective belief. Other metaorganisms help in the process of dreaming. Id are also prevalent in Coracan, especially since the Panthalassa War, causing unexplained disappearances and phenomena.

Physics and metaphysics

Physics is similar to that on Earth. Coracan is governed by the law of information conservation.

Cultural and Historical Viewpoint

Main article: Coracan in culture

The standard astronomical symbol of Coracan consists of a circle divided into three parts,Coracansymbol.svg, representing the three parts of the world: The Old World, Pachan and Saldur.


Main article: History of Coracan See also: Coracan timeline