(pn. ohm-nooh-shah) is where all content within the In Extremis series has taken place. Though Omneutta is often referred to as “The Known Universe”, the word Omneutta itself also includes unmapped and undiscovered areas typically referred to as “The Unknown Universe”. Click on a location’s image to be taken to that article.


Recorded Omneuttian history is divided into two periods: Before Time, and After Time, split by the Timekeeping Reset.


Omneutta is home to numerous forms of life scattered across the stars, with the eight Sentient Species each inhabiting a different region of Omneutta. Additionally, many animals and other near-sentient species can be found across Omneutta as well.

Articles by Region

Divine Forge

—Named such after the largest star-planet that can be seen from anywhere in Omneutta. Not much is known about the climate and geography of Divine Forge, as the heat of Astran renders almost all other celestial bodies inhospitable.

The Outcropping

—Xiruen-Space has a number of different climates, but almost all of them are characterized by a lack of moisture, both on the ground and in the air.

Pale Shores

—Characterized by four large star-planets towards the middle. The climate is one of extremes: white-sand beaches and glaciers are found next to each other.

Vale Reef

—A narrow band of asterisms shown on maps between Xiruen- and Quarryn-Space, and below the western portions of Poria-Space and is home to the Kettlah.


—A large and expansive stretch of star-planets and planet-stars that wraps around the eastern and southern edges of Astran-Space, capped a large star-planet at each end. These celestial bodies often feature manufactured metal continents.

Matriarch Grove

—It is said that when rebuilding the universe from scratch, Quarrnyl started with Matriarch Grove and began building star-planets and planet-stars towards the other end of the universe, explaining why half of Omneutta is more heavily populated with celestial bodies than the other.

The Blade

—Overlapping the westernmost edges of Pale Shores and the northern boundaries of both Matriarch Grove and Parallelium, it is loosely populated by Sha’an, as power struggle continuously envelopes the civilizations within year in and year out.

The Hilt

—The planet-stars of the area boast some of the most diverse climates and geography of Omneutta as a whole. According to religious texts the patron Deity of the Turath individually crafted each celestial body, taking inspiration from across Omneutta.