This article, Lookout III RP Universe, is a Role-Play article.


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This article, Lookout III RP Universe, is a Role-Play article.

The Lookout III RP Universe is the entire, existence where the third RP series of the wiki, Lookout 3,  takes place in, only connected through the Existential Seed. The universe, in keeping with the old themes that made Lookout so popular, takes and derives inspiration from a vast variety of sources both fictional and non-fictional, anime and non-anime, and even video-games, combining them all to form a solid coherent plot.

Lore and History

The Universe of Lookout III, (or atleast, where most of the RP in Part I occurs) is largely focused on a vast central planet, Gaiga, and it's similarly large governing body, the Empire of Arcadia, ruled by the charismatic yet questionable Emperor Zareth. The universe is primarily based around a form of techno-magic, or rather, arcane science in a society in which the days of utilizing science and magic seperately are said to be left to the prehistoric primitives of Gaiga, despite magic still being used on it's own for the purpose of combat. There are four major provinces of the Empire, and an innumerable amount of smaller communities, each headed by however the people wish to govern it. The World also starts with a total of five moons, one of which just happens to be destroyed around the initial arc of Lookout 3 and forms the catalyst for the main plot of Lookout III. Said moon name is Initium Novum

The Four Main Provinces are:

  • The Northern Province of Daemeth
  • The Western Province of Aragon
  • The Eastern Province of Mirudus
  • The Southern Province of Jawalla

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