The Voidclusters

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» INTRODUCTION:

When you die, there is an extremely rare chance you will find yourself in The Voidclusters. Millions of levels, millions of creatures. Is there an escape to reality? Are you doomed for all of eternity? Maybe you can find out, if you dare to enter the Voidclusters… (Inspired by the Backrooms, obviously)

Check out Level 0 to get started on your research.

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» LEVELS:

Levels form the basic skeleton of the Voidclusters — evoking subtle senses of fear and nostalgia in nearly every turn. When a level is discovered, it'll have a page with information to guide researchers around to allow for consistent survival, including basic survival difficulty, a thorough description, colonies and outposts if any exist, along with entrances and exits to ensure safe travels. Each level is classified with a number; they will generally be classified in the order they were discovered, but this rule is not absolute, nor is it binding. There exists massive potential for you to discover something that will shatter your fragile reality — Earth is only one place, a small fragment. Once you enter, there's no going back.

There are no in-betweens, no boundaries, no ends. All the numerical levels are interconnected to form clusters of levels — known as a '''Voidcluster'''. Think of the universe as we know it as an infinite stack of papers — each sheet of paper is one Voidcluster, one layer of the ever-expanding universe.

However, these numerical levels are only part of the story, just another sheet of paper.

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To view the list of levels, see the Normal Level List. If you are looking for the other types of levels, please see the Sub-Levels List, the Secret Levels List and the Negative Levels List.

» VOIDCLUSTERS:

Each Voidcluster is a separate sheet of paper — all combined together to form one giant, infinite, and continuous system. The numerical levels only tell a small percentage of the story. Certain pathways in one Voidcluster may allow you to clip into a second Voidcluster. Unfortunately, there are very few indications that one has successfully switched Voidclusters; we can only guess where a Voidcluster stops and where one starts. Luckily, all the clusters have a distinguishing quality to them which help us draw the separation lines.

> LIST OF VOIDCLUSTERS:

  • Cluster 1: The main 0-99 numerical levels. While all odd in their own unique ways, they nearly all represent man-made structures or buildings; pathways between locations include roads, doors, and windows.
  • Cluster 2: Cluster 2 is the second part of the numerical levels, which can be accessed by A New Threshold and Level 99. While returning from this cluster is impossible, communication with people on this cluster is possible. Many other numbered clusters exist, although they are left out of this list for the sake of avoiding clogging it up.
  • The Special Cluster: The Special Cluster is a cluster housing a group of levels known as “Secret Levels” or “Irregular Levels”, which are a set of levels which are not numbered, and are rather hard to get to.
  • Enigmatics: Areas that are not levels in The Voidclusters, but rather, areas that can be inside, outside, or even surrounding them. These areas possess their own unique features, such as their location and properties. Exploration is still in progress on these are.

» UTILITY PAGES:

Here is the sandbox link.
These pages can be helpful for making levels or creatures, it is always recommended to use them!

» FEATURED ARTICLES:

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The Voidclusters Concept originally created by The Upset Kitten

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