A Verse is a collection of stories all set in the same universe (or multiverse), usually written by the same author or authors. A Verse usually has recurring themes, motifs, and characters and often an overarching story.
List of Verses
Verses that are written by one author and cannot be contributed to without the permission and guidance of its creator, as they have a set in stone plot or a very strict canon.
|Cloudverse||Kiro Cloudwatcher||Its first blog, Owls sleeping in the clouds|
|Daniel-Verse||Acelegin||Its second blog, Daniel & Friends|
|Nine is God||DJay32 & alliterator||Named for the number and god of the main protagonist's endeavor|
|Path of Dread||World of Fear Wiki||The domain of one of the main protagonist's|
|Rapture Cycle||DJay32||Stories' central eldritch horror|
These are verses that are either complete in their overall story or haven't been updated in a long time
|9th hour of the night||alliterator||Its central concept|
|Angelic Verse||Seadrus||One of its central beings|
|Continuity Verse||The Nameless One||Its first blog, Continuity Glue|
|Dying Man Verse||CuteWithoutThe||The Dying Man.|
|Four Roses Verse||Staccato||A group of four entities|
|Great Game Verse||Lizard Bite||The recurring motif of the Great Game|
|Islandverse||Arcane Spork||Its central locations|
|Madverse||Foolamancer||Its first blog, In The Shuffling Madness|
|Seeing World||Pandora||Its first story, "Sight Seeing"|
|Shattered Psyche Verse||ExorcistGamer||A recurring theme (currently removed)|
|Runner Verse||Dr0Shadow, PyroGothNerd, & Seadrus||A somewhat central organization|
|Subaqueous Atheneum||Pandora||Origin of the name as of yet unknown|
|Topography Genera||DJay32 & alliterator||The central organization most of the blogs revolve around|
|World At The Center Of Reality||Pandora||Its location in the multiverse|
Open Source Verses
Verses that anyone can contribute to without any interference from the creator and will not be deemed as fan-fiction for doing so. These verses tend to follow a looser canon in order to prevent any form of inaccessibility for new writers developing a story that contradict past stories. However, there are still rules one must adhere to when they write for these verses and we highly suggest that you follow them as best as you can.
|Architect Verse||The Architect|
|Broken Veil Verse||NoFourthWall||Its central event|
|Convergence||AC11 & Sordin||Its central event|
|Godless World||NoFourthWall & Rajkot||Its first story and the general theme.|
|Nomadic Verse||YpsiFang & WonderPsycho||Nomads, a type of servant in it.|
|Ossuary||Gabriel Syme||Its central objects.|
|Pantheons||Rajkot||The multiple collections of entities that inhabit it.|
|The Sandbox Verse||Omega||Its open, crossover-friendly nature.|
|Venter Verse||SoulEatingBunny||Machines that allow humans to travel to different dimensions.|
|We The Afflicted||DarkShadows & SoulEatingBunny||The group of servants it focuses on.|
Verses that were not created with Fear Mythos intention but are still technically a part of it (ex. a verse set in The Slender Man Mythos that allows for overlap with Fearblogs).
- The DSTM-Verse: Named after its main blog, Don't Shoot the Messenger. Also included Neverending Marathon, Ravens & Writing Desks, Tall Dark and Slender and Over The Electric Grapevine.
- Operation Wintergreen: One story spread out over four blogs, named after its last blog. Includes: Vox93, Father of Light, Smiting the Gods, and Operation Wintergreen, as well as Picking at Ruins.
- The Eleventh Hour Trilogy: A trilogy of blogs telling the story of the Delmont Family, named after its second blog. Includes Time to Talk, the eleventh hour, and Get your game face on.