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Earth Land
Kanji

アースランド

Rōmaji

Āsu Rando

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Chapter 1

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Episode 1

Earth Land (アースランド Āsu Rando) is a world in the Fairy Tail Universe.[1]

GeographyEdit

Most of the known part of Earth Land is occupied by a very large peninsula (formerly called Ishgar (大陸, イシュガル, Ishugaru), that around is surrounded by scattered isles of differing sizes; the peninsula itself is linked to the mainland, whose geography is mainly unknown.[2]

The territory seems to be split into several countries:

  • The Kingdom of Fiore, occupying a smaller, secondary peninsula sprouting from the main one, to the west. "Fiore" is Italian for "flower".[3]
  • The Land of Isvan, a country located west to Fiore.[2]
  • The Principality of Veronica, a small country located in the mountains north to Fiore.[4]
  • The country of Seven, occupying a peninsula northeast of Fiore.[2]
  • The country of Bosco, located east of Fiore. It is Italian for "Forest".[2]
  • The country of Iceberg, located to the east of Seven, northeast of Bosco, north of Joya, northwest of Bellum and west of the Pergrande Kingdom.[2]
  • The country of Minstrel, located to the southeast of Fiore, separated from it by a large gulf with an island in its center.[2]
  • The country of Midi, located on a small peninsula south of Minstrel.[2]
  • The country of Desierto, a large region located east of Minstrel. "Desierto" is Spanish for "Desert".[2]
  • The country of Joya, located north of Desierto. "Joya" is Spanish for "Jewel".[2]
  • The country of Bellum, located east of Desierto, on the eastern shore of the large lake separating it from Desierto and Joya. Bellum is Latin for War.[2]
  • The country of Sin, located on a peninsula in the southern part of the continent.[2]
  • The island of Caelum, located in the sea not far from Minstrel's western shores. "Caelum" is Latin for Sky.[2]
  • The island of Enca, located south of Sin.[2]
  • The Pergrande Kingdom, the largest country, located in the easternmost part of the peninsula, linking it to the mainland. "Grande" is Italian, Spanish and Portuguese for "Big".[2]

RacesEdit

There is a variety of races inhabiting Earth Land:

  • Human: The main race in Earth Land.
  • Dragon: A rare, large and immensely powerful reptilian creature.[5] They are known to be very intelligent, and, in some cases, to appreciate humans, sometimes taking them under their protection and teaching them Dragon Slayer Magic.[6][7]
  • Exceed: Anthropomorphous talking cats capable of sprouting wings and flying through the use of the Magic Aera. They hail from Edolas, a dimension parallel to Earth Land,[8] and they were all transported to the latter by interdimensional Anima portals.[9][10]
  • Vulcan: Large creatures reminiscent of gorillas with a massive horn topping their heads; they are capable of understanding human language and speaking a rudimentary form of it.[11] They employ Take Over Magic to take the form of humans.[12] They are known to reside on Mt. Hakobe, in the Kingdom of Fiore.[13]
  • Hane-Sakana: A rare species of fish gifted with wings for flight that is capable of breathing air.[14]
  • Wyvern: Somewhat reminiscent of Dragons, these winged reptiles are much smaller and more beastly in nature.[15] Blizzardverns are a subspecies that inhabit places with cold climate like mountains unlike Wyverns, which appear to live in the forest.[16]
  • Goblins: Humorous little creatures reminiscent of otherworldly rodents, which are capable of wielding makeshift weapons.[15]
  • Giants: A race of, as the name implies, exponentially large human-like beings. They are known to reside in the Sun Village.[17]
  • Demons: A race of humanoid beings with demonic features. Some of them are known to reside on Galuna Island.[18] There also exist Demons artificially created by Zeref known as the Etherious.[19]
  • Celestial Spirits: Magical beings that herald from their own separate universe: the Celestial Spirit World.[20]
  • Angels: A race of white-winged creatures that can be summoned using Angel Magic.[21]
  • Bakshi: Small, reptilian creatures highly reminiscent of chameleons that reside on Tenrou Island.[22]
  • Clipper: A species of bird residing on Tenrou Island known for their brutality and pack mentality.[22]
  • Curily: Small rodent-like creatures distinct to Tenrou Island.[22]
  • Doscadon: Enormous, carnivorous dinosaur-like creatures covered in scales that reside on Tenrou Island.[22]
  • Grand Magic Games Monsters: Artificial life forms created by the Grand Magic Games organizers.[23]
  • Hodras: A very common species of animal, reminiscent of pigs, that reside in Fiore.[22]
  • Cubina Gamal: Large and bizarre herbivorous creatures with short, thin limbs and human-like hands; distinct to Tenrou Island.[22]
  • Lizardmen: Humanoid lizard-like creatures;[24] they are able to be manufactured artificially.[25]
  • Rollidillo: Massive, strong, quadrupedal reptilian creatures that reside on Tenrou Island.[22]
  • Spirit-Luminescent Bug: Bugs whose bodies glow; they reside in the caves of Tenrou Island, lighting the area around them.[26]
  • Tenrou Squirrel: Small rodent-like creatures, highly reminiscent of squirrels, who live only on Tenrou Island.[22]
  • Weretiger: Humanoid feline beasts known for their immense speed.[27]

MagicEdit

Magic (魔法, Mahō) in Earth Land is located inside the body of living organisms.[28] In some races, Magic occurs in all individuals,[12] but only 10% of humankind uses it.[29] Magic can be divided into two main classifications:

  • Caster Magic (キャスターマジック Kyasutā Majikku): It is Magic which, as the name suggests, is generated and expelled from the caster's body, as opposed to Magic done through the use of a weapon or outside source.[30]
  • Holder Magic (ホルダーのマジック Horudā Majikku); It is Magic that requires a Mage to employ an external source to be produced.[30]

TriviaEdit

  • Bosco is first mentioned in Chapter 1 by Bora. Apparently there is a slave trade in this country.[31]
  • Most of the countries in Earth Land are randomly named. As such, Hiro Mashima has stated that he will try to avoid the story's progress to these countries.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 169, Page 3
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 Fairy Tail Manga: Volume 5 bonus book, Super Supplement
  3. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 4, Page 2
  4. Fairy Tail Movie: Priestess of the Phoenix
  5. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 1, Page 23
  6. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 2, Pages 34-35
  7. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 1, Page 71
  8. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 168, Pages 22-23
  9. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 197, Pages 11-12
  10. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 198, Page 4
  11. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 2, Pages 45-48
  12. 12.0 12.1 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 3, Pages 21-25
  13. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 2, Page 31
  14. Fairy Tail Manga Special: Happy's Little Job, Pages 1-4
  15. 15.0 15.1 Fairy Tail Anime: Episode 55
  16. Fairy Tail Anime: Episode 73
  17. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 343
  18. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 45, Page 14
  19. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 380, Page 19
  20. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 1, Page 46
  21. Fairy Tail Anime: Episode 148
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 22.3 22.4 22.5 22.6 22.7 Fairy Tail Manga: Volume 27 Bonus Info
  23. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 284, Pages 6-18
  24. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 278, Page 15
  25. Fairy Tail Anime: Episode 70
  26. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 203, Page 19
  27. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 278, Page 9
  28. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 178, Page 2
  29. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 222, Page 3
  30. 30.0 30.1 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 6, Page 19
  31. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 1, Page 35

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