Doom, in most stories, is described as the domain of The Architect and the meeting place of the Pawns. It is a large, barren landscape, consisting of abandoned or ruined cities, forgotten for eons across time. Doom exists outside of any known time or space and theories of what exactly it is goes from being the center of the The Architect Verse to being a pocket dimension within The Void.
Doom has many side effects on the mental and physical state of those who enter it and those who are not used to its environment. Whether they are negative or positive varies. It is known that the feeling of time speeding up, slowing down or just stopping all together is present in almost everyone who ends up in Doom. Slight distortion of all recording devices is noted, and people in this domain may see "phantoms", visions of themselves or others from their past or the near future. This effect is believed to be caused by the flow of time in Doom being cyclical.
It is unknown at this point how Doom was formed, but it is believed to be made of out of pieces of destroyed Architect Verses, which were partially transported to The Void during The Reaper's Harvest, by unknown means.
During the Pawn Uprising in Architect Verse Kryesor caused by The Glitch, many Pawns fled to previously uncharted pockets of Doom. The freed Pawns banded together to form a splinter cell division called The Brotherhood of Exiles and launched a massive assault on The Architect and the remaining Pawns under his control. This battle still continues to this day, and will continue for all of eternity due to the lack of a linear timeline within Doom. However, some members of The Brotherhood fled the war through small tears of space time into Architect Verses such as Kryesor and Ravisman, becoming refugees who try to fit in with every day society.
"Mini" Dimensions within/surrounding Doom
- The Realm of the Gate (As seen in "When Reality Destroys Itself" uploaded to The North Woods Project)
- Sanctuary (as seen in "A new place" uploaded to SirensInTheNight)
- Bliss (Architect Verse version. Seen in "WHYRESISTUS", "EMBRACE" and other North Woods Project videos)