Sub-Layers List

What Are Sub-Layers?

Sub-Layers are locations that usually add more detail to an existing level. There are two types of Sub-Layers — "Sub-Levels" and "Rooms". Sub-Levels are levels that are related to their parent level, but are still their own distinct level. Rooms are locations that are too small to be considered their own level. Usually, they are places in an existing level, but that is not always the case.

Sub-Levels Mainlist

Sub-Levels are intended to add lore, or "depth" to an already written level. Think of them as spin offs of the level they can be found in, or levels within the level, or a Level between two other levels. A Sub-Level is usually smaller, however more detailed - but not always. A Level can have as many Sub-Levels as you can imagine, as long as they maintain the loose theme of their parent Level.

Normal Sub-Levels:

These are Sub-Levels of the Levels found in the Normal Levels List:

Level 0:
Level 1:
Level 2:
Level 3:
Level 4:
Level 5:
Level 6:
Level 7:
Level 9:
Level 10:
Level 11:
Level 36:
Level 48:
Level 84:
Level 178:
Level 204:
Level 389:

Enigmatic Sub-Levels:

These are Sub-Levels of the Levels found in the Enigmatic Levels List:

Rooms Mainlist:

Rooms are special locations that appear on specific Levels. Rooms typically follow the theme of the Levels they appear on. Rooms are not infinite, nor are they very big which is the main reason why these are labeled as Rooms.

Normal Rooms:

These are Rooms that are found easily, typically only on one Level:

Unknown Rooms:

These Rooms have unknown entry points, and are typically unstable:

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