Map Legend and Descriptions
Land of the Monsters
This is where the evil Queen Mary is trapped. When she ruled, anything ugly or monstrous was sent to this small island. This is also where she originates from…
Those who reside in the Land of the Monsters (book one only):
- Queen Mary (Father’s biological daughter whom he experiments on prior to her becoming a queen)
- Lilly (Queen Mary’s mother and also one of Father’s favorite to test his experiments on)
- Alex (a young boy, about ten, who is experimented on most by Father)
- Father (an evil scientist who adopts children so that he can experiment on them)
- The Monsters (Father’s original experiments gone awry)
1. The Perfume Factory This is where the story begins. The perfume factory is really Father’s science lab where he experiments on young Mary, Alex, Lily and others.
- 2. The Cave of Monsters Most of Father’s initial creations live here because they are too hideous for the others to look at.
- 3. The Forest This is a forest where the rabid dogs reside.
No Where Zone
This is the middle world flanked on either side by the Mistlands. This was once the world of the humans and it was ruled by a man named Frank Adler along with his family. Now, there is little left of it due to Queen Mary and her accomplices.
1. The Muddy Forest This is home to Zupo the good war pig that lives in solitary. He was once King Lark’s right hand man—until he realized what they were doing was wrong.
2. Convict Town This was once a glorious town for the humans. Now it is a broken mess and the outcasted loonies who sided with Queen Emihe (adopting the nickname Convict Loonies). They are banished from Candy Loo Land by order of Queen Maryanne.
3. The Bronze Castle This is home to Queen Emihe. She is trapped in her bronze castle and is desperately try to free herself.
4. The Farming Fields This was once a lush land with crops, now it has dried up and few crops grow.
Inhabitants (book one only):
- Convict Loonies in Convict Town
- Zupo the War Pig in the Muddy Forrest
- Queen Emihe in her Bronze Castle
This is an underground world that is not visible from above. The only way to gain access to the Mistlands is through the aircaves. Most inhabitants believe that once you enter the Mistlands you are forever trapped.
The world is enclosed by rocks. No one really knows how someone gets trapped here normally. It is like an enormous cave that has water coming from unexplainable places.
The only way you can see the Mistlands without being trapped is through the aircaves.
Inhabitants of the Mistlands:
- Those who fall from the bridges.
- By looking into the mist.
- Anyone who Lorcan and Quella entrap there.
- Others by unknown methods in book one…
The Land of Goo
This is a land that was once a lush garden with fruit trees, crops, meadows and streams. But, twelve years ago, the land was covered in an orange goo substance that has the ability to drown a person and blocks all things except certain fruits from growing. The goo also emits a scent making the inhabitants forget their past. In order to remember you must submerse yourself into the goo. This is also the only land that connects all three major lands of Gadaie.
- The goo tastes like orange jello.
- There’s gigantic strawberries and bananas deep inside.
- The goo makes you forget.
1. The New Garden A mysterious garden arrives after a battle…
2, The orange goo This goo covers virtually all of the land here.
3. The Graveyard In a large hole there are hundreds of bones belonging to those whome Queen Mary was able to kill before being trapped in The Land of the Monsters.
- 4. The Wood and Rope Bridge This is an old, ancient wood plank bridge held together by rotting rope. The bridge leads you out of the Goo and into Candy Loo Land—the last nearly untouched world.
- 5. The Red Brick Bridge A cobblestone path and a red brick barrier on each side, the Red Brick Bridge serves as an entrance to the middle world, No Where Zone.
- 6. The Golden Bridge The Golden Bridge has an iron railing, gold block pathway and a Weeping Willow Tree in its center. This bridge is the entrance to the Muddy Palace Realm.
The Muddy Palace Realm
At one time, the land was filled with life. Most of that life is extinct and what does remain is not pretty. This is the most destroyed part of Gadaie. Mary thought she’d wiped everyone and everything out. However, some life does still exist here.
1. Outcast Mountains: the home of all human war pigs who were able to resist the ‘voice’. They live in this region away from the ‘voice’.
2. War Rat Forrest: See book four for further details.
3. Muddler’s Lake: Once a beautiful lake filled with Aqualoons but now it is a place where the evil Lorcan hangs out.
4. Mudslide River: Once a river that flowed through all the lands. Now it is filled with mud and only muddlers can swim through it.
5. Muddy Palace: Once a beautiful golden castle with human royals now it is a broken castle covered in mud. It is home to the evil Lark and many human war pigs.
6. Black Ones Cave: The black one’s once lived in the underground caves but when Gadaie was destroyed the Gadaenites kicked them out of their home. They now live in this cave—those who are left.
7. Luster Low: In a valley covered in soggy moss there are chopped dow sequoia trees. If you can find the secret entrance you’ll be inside Luster Low—the land of the stars. Here is where Alina lives along with the floating veggie caves and underground tunnels of Gadaie.
8. Black Lake: Once home to an extinct species, the black lake is only a pool of oil and is where Tahmi and Teri fall. Will they become extinct as well?
9. The Caves: On their first visit to the Muddy Palace Realm, caves welcome them to rest and ready themselves for more of the unknown.
10. War Pig Forrest: this is the home of the non-human war pigs. They live in the dead trees in makeshift shacks. This was once a thriving Gadaenite tree village.
11. Gadaie: At one time, this area was filled with waterloon trees and home to Aqualoons. Now, it is just a puddle of mud with only the stumps of the beautiful waterloon trees. One stump leads to the underground caves that belonged to the ‘black ones. Here is where the Gadaenites live.
Inhabitants of the Muddy Palace Realm
- War Pigs
- War Rats
- The “Black Ones”
- The imprisoned Princesses
The Extinct Life
- Waterloon Trees
- Gadaenite Tree Villages
- Gigantic Flower beds
- Aqualoon pools
- Unknown waterlife [until book 6]