Loamigel's appearance was entirely different from that of the streets of Immanity—of Elkia. Over the center of the city towered the Bal Bel—an unspeakably vast tree that spread its foliage above the clouds and whose roots crawled through the ground like blood vessels to lay out the city's network of roads. The spaces between these roads were filled by houses and streetlamps, themselves formed from the intricate interweaving of trees and vines that sprouted from the earth. It bore only a superficial resemblance to "architecture"—the phenomenon of clearing forests, flattening the earth, and laying wood and stones on top of it. It was a living city, made possible by advanced magical engineering.
The state governor was Lord Ron Barthel. After his downfall due to Fiel and Chlammy's machinations in Volume 5, the state was used as a wager for the game against Eastern Union. The game was lost in Volume 8 and the state is currently controlled by the Commonwealth of Elkia. 『 』 granted Flügels the rights to acquire all books under the condition of providing them copies of the original.
|Continents||Andalusia Continent • Ariena Continent • Valar Continent|
|Kingdom of Elkia||Commonwealth of Elkia • Kingdom of Elkia • Elkia City • Inn of Elkia • Jibril's Kitchen • King City • National Library of Elkia • Royal Bathhouse • Apothecary of Dreams • Armatite Mine • Witch Forest • Union Restaurant • Little Beast Cafe|
|Eastern Union||Eastern Union • Kannagari City • Eastern Union Elkian Embassy • Temple of the Shrine Priestess|
|Elven Gard||Elven Gard • Melriune • Melvolle • Elf Development Facility • Bal Bel • Barthel Mansion • Nirvalen Mansion • Nirvalen Private Garden • Tillnog County • Loamigel • The Garden|
|Other Capitals/Countries||Avant Heim • Hardenfell • Oceando • The Red Moon|
|Other Locations/Facilities||Dwarf Development Facility • King Chess Piece • The Great Ocean • The Green Dwarf • Planets|