It was described as the borderlands of madness and myths, and bordered both Alchera, home of the Aboriginal Gods, and the Astral Plane. It is also stated that the Realm of Madness (whose denizens are natural enemies of Nightmare, though some of them served Nightmare as well) bordered it and was beyond it. Nightmare's realm was also bordered by the kingdoms of Anesthesia and Coma. When Stephen G. Diesner wrote about Nightmare, the demon became a fictional character, and he and his minions could access the Land of Fiction, now bordering his realm. The Land of Fiction became for a time part of Nightmare's kingdom.
Points of Interest
- Nightmare World and/or the Dimension of Dreams was told to be a Dark Dimension by Nightmare himself.
- 44 appearance(s) of Nightmare World
- 3 mention(s) of Nightmare World
- 4 mention(s) in handbook(s) of Nightmare World
- 3 image(s) of Nightmare World