Mobius is a dream world in the Sol Cluster that was created during the 1980s as an experiment by SomniLabs. Its principle designers were Xavier Martines and his wife Jesusita Martines.
Mobius was designed from the start to be a world that could challenge the limits of real world physics. Thus, it was built in the shape of a mobius strip, a concept which the world was named after. The land looped around like a ring but with a twist in the middle. It was covered in greenery and forests dotted with many optical illusions. These optical illusions were created as a means of testing how well the dream world could handle phenomenon that was otherwise considered impossible in the real world. There were recreations of various Earth landmarks from all over the world which can be twisted and bent in anomalous ways.
Mobius was not only an experiment to create dream worlds, but also a training ground for Maria and Elvira Martines, the two daughters of Xavier and Elvira. In Mobius, the two of them developed their powers. Because Elvira showed faster development, Xavier began to concentrate on training her instead of Maria much to the objection of Jesusita.
Before these concerns could be resolved, a group of gods from different warring factions appeared and used Mobius as a battleground. The world was torn to pieces and Jesusita Martines was killed in the crossfire. The mobius strip shape was fractured and the world slipped into the Realm of Darkness.
The shattered remnants of Mobius still exist although they are crawling with Id. It was also the world that was closest to the Second Rupture. After the destruction of Mobius, Xavier built a structure known as the Temple of Golgotha. At its center was an altar designed to commune with Vernietigen. Xavier had hoped to negotiate with Vernietigen, believing that humanity could be spared if the other warring gods were to be sacrificed.
Maria Martines • Elvira Martines • Leopoldo Martines • Morley Calavera • Daphne • Valentine • Kakashi • Xavier Martines • Jesusita Martines • Gabriela Ore • Mariposa Calavera • Pholus • Medusa • Arachne • Kyoko Fujiwara • Hanzo Kusanagi • Tsuki Fujiwara • Shiro • Kilroy Roberts • Nicodemus Smith • Charlotte Beaumont • Karen Kleiner • Arietta Fey • Theodore Burns • Felicia Silver • Dan the Dolphin • Leah Campbell • Oliver Ore • Bella Ore • Lewis Beaumont • Magne • Amie Garland • Kilroy M. Roberts
Known Gods and Spirits
Great Spirit • Vernietigen • Nephilim (Arba, Jira) • Osiris • Ammit • Coyote • Kokopelli • Xiuh • Fire Sisters • Zeus • Hades • Prometheus • Athena • Thor • Loki • Eitri • Brokkr • Skrymir • Fenrir • Maui • Uriel • Lucifer • Tau • Karena • Teju Jagua • Draylin Erdo • Praxis • Henkle Osborn • Krystal Ravenhunter
Pumpkin • Bogeyman • Griefeater • Hateeater
Ahona Guardians • Arcadian Oracles • Seidhr • Yumekage • Order of St. Julian • Anakim • Children of Maat
SomniLabs • Mechta • SomniCorps • Awakened • Martines Academy of Supernatural Phenomena • Phoenix Psionics
Human • Spirit • Id • Zula • Goar • Dragon • Dwarf
Earth • The Moon
Sol Cluster • Citadel of Eden (World Tree) • Zion • Duat • Talsohu • Arcadia • Elysian Fields • Underworld • Tartarus • Purgatory • Yggdrassil • Jotunheim • Nidavellir • Niflheim • Vanaheim • Helheim • Alfheim • Asgard • Muspelheim • Libertalia • Maluhia • Mobius (Temple of Golgotha) • Toy Box • Akupara’s World • Gastrolysium • Kageshi • Yumekage Island
Dreamwalking Thesis • Blue sap
Amberstone • Dream corridor • Dream scenes • Dreamwalker • Realm of Light • Realm of Darkness
Timeline • Ahona Empire
First Rupture • Second Rupture • Final Rupture • Infinite Tournament