Amory Frontage was the founder of all the Parises in Kymaericas (the 3 rezhns bound by the treaty negotiated by the Dyess of Sentreriya). He would found one and then after a while move on to found another. His son, Earl, also became an explorer–though it is not likely Earl became a Jesuit (as is sometimes claimed).
Jemvelac are the qualities of existence–like Time, Space and ferylemt. There are other ones whose name is in the Language of Experience. Jemvelac (the singular is jemvela) can in turn be comprised of many dimensions.
Menonterken is the staggering lacework of deep, textured gorges that at one time wrapped around the surface of our planet. However, although each part of Menonterken was in a different place, the gorges themselves were continuous–so if you walked continuously along the floor of the gorge, you would perceive your location as never changing.
These are rather fascinating characters of Kcymaerxthaere who have been but glimpsed in the narratives installed to date, but are very likely to make more appearances. Folks such as Iralette of the Wendaentz, Fafamyjac, Forrest Bess, the Dyess of Sentreriya and more.
This story is not really one unified story, but survey of some of the cultures of Kcymaerxthaere that, while so far acting as islands, are likely weave their way into the narratives that have not yet been installed as widely as the rest of the stories listed here.
We have only installed the first part of this story, but there is much more to come. It involves a troubled space alien who appears to threaten what we call the Earth.
The Battle of Some Times was a culmination of a conflict between those who wanted to make the world too simple and those who believed in the richness of the worlds. Its aftermath was equally
Yaarayehyay are five and half winged birds that use the half wing (called a zephyl) to fly through Time and ferylemt. They figure in many legends and stories–including one that may determine the fate of Kcymaerxthaere itself. In that one, there is a puzzle on the Moon.