Fallamore is protected by a thin layer of rock that is impossible to break through with hand tools. It is located in an air pocket created by a thin layer of hardened volcanic rock. The island's entrance is located deep under the Atlantic Ocean, although it has hand built connections to nearly every area of the globe today. The land is estimated to be created sometime around the end of the last ice age.
It shares a direct boarder with two countries, the United States and Canada. Seven of the ten districts are on this island. The most western point of the land is under the United States' New Mexico while the most eastern is under the Atlantic Ocean.
Fallamore is broken down into ten districts: Mulbridge (Mull-bridge), Grondor (Grr-on-door), Anerdia (Ann-er-dee-a), Hellerben (Hell-er-ben), Areoncotch (Air-on- cot-ch), Serrabel (Sera-bell), Onton (On-t-on), Kirra (K-ear-a), Jabbel (Jah-bell), and Ligamma (Lie-gam-a). The world is mostly on a large island, were seven of the ten districts are located. This island is located in an air pocket created by a thin layer of hardened volcanic rock. The island is located under North America and Canada, although it has hand built connections to nearly every area of the globe. It's capital, Mulbridge City, lies two miles east from the center of the large island. Ligamma is located off the east coast. The section consists of eleven islands. South of the mainland is Jabbel, a region made up of six islands. To the east of Jabbel is Kirra, a single island and known to be Fallamore's largest island after the mainland.
It has five mountain ranges, the largest being in western Mulbridge known as the Granterra (Grr-on-ter-a). East of Granterra is another mountain range, the Len Pello. The Len Pello Mountains cover four and a half miles of the eastern shoreline. South of that is another mountain range. The Soutoveno Mountains cover the southeast tip of Fallamore and also create a natural boundary between the district of Anerdia and Hellerben. If you cross the ocean to Ligamma's third largest island, Geenay (Gin-ay), a small mountain range sits on Geenay's eastern coast. These mountains are known as the Enoter. In the middle of the country, the Monoter mountains hold the tallest mountain, Arenol (Air- eh – nol). Arenol stands 24, 891 feet tall. However, Arenol is not counted as one of the world's tallest mountains because it remains below sea level. It this mountain was above sea level, it would be considered the thirty third largest mountain in the world. Northeast of the Monoter Mountains, a final mountain range lies on the west coast of Serrabel. They are known as the Sennatara Mountains. For many years the caves at the foot of these mountains have been used for shelter.
There are three rivers: the Eldema, the Exdonnla, and the Pello. The longest river, the Eldema River, starts in east Mulbridge and crosses through Onton and Serrabell, ending at Areoncotch's eastern shore. The Eldema comes from the only waterfall in Fallamore which is a small area where ocean water pours into the air pocket. The river carries the water back out to Fallamore's oceans, where the water is able to exit the air pocket from under it. The second river, the Exdonnla, carries water created from the melted ice and snow of the Granterra mountains. The Exdonnla river travels through Mulbridge, Hellerben, and Anerdia, bringing fresh water to all three areas.
Fallamore has eight lakes total. Half of the lakes are on the mainland, while half are spread out across the islands. The largest lake, Nerra, is in Onton. Tchen (Tie – ch – en) is the only lake to go between districts, connecting Areoncotch and Hellerben.
Climates vary depending on the season. Northern Fallamore is usually cold, Northeastern being far below freezing in the winter. The east Fallamore coast line tends to be very cold, while the western coast tends to be warmer. The land is usually about twenty five degrees colder than the land above it.
Being underground, Fallamore does not get rain, and the only snow exists high in the mountains. The sun is also not visible, so many inhabitants have adapted to seeing at night. Candles are lit in almost every household, and town fires run all day every day.
Fallamore does not have much green, being as it is underground. Tree roots have managed to break through the protective layer of rock and, more modernly, some small trees have been planted and are growing with the help of installed lights. Home gardens are very common in eastern areas, although they are difficult to manage. Prior to electricity, all food was brought in from the mortal world and cooked or stored.
Being underground, the constant darkness is Fallamore's biggest problem. Before electricity, candles and fires ran constantly in every town. This provided light for citizens, but the fires did not help plant growth. Roots that grew down from the rocky sky above them became a main source of food for generations. Fish and other sea creatures were the only other food source available, which restricted civilizations to building their homes along shores.
Very rarely, earthquakes disrupt the area. When this happens, the protective layer of rock can sometimes split open. In eastern districts, this causes flooding and needs immediate repair. Special organizations have been developed to track an earthquakes movement and predict when and where they will happen. Teams are sent out to check every area of Fallamore to be sure there was not a break in the rock.
Flooding is a common issue near mountain ranges and rivers. Many times the rivers overflow, wiping out towns and villages that were along the coast.
Lastly, the erosion near the waterfall in northern Mulbridge threatens to wipe out all of Fallamore. Once enough of the land is gone, water flow will increase causing massive flooding to the area. Once enough water comes in, it will only be a matter of hours before Fallamore is destroyed. Since 6 – 6 – 12 (August 1804) Fallamorians have been working on replacing land and rock to slow the waterfall and dams have been put up around the area.