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Warning! This page contains spoilers for Fyre and the TodHunter Moon Series.
Both the Septimus Heap series and the TodHunter Moon series are set on Earth but 10,000 years in the future which wasn't confirmed until the end of Fyre when Septimus wrote the date in the snow: July 4, 12,004. The book ends with a quote from Arthur C. Clarke: "Any Sufficiently Advanced Technology is Indistinguishable from Magyk", confirming that the series is set in the far future.
This has been hinted at in Syren when Lucy Gringe and Wolf Boy talk about the Red Tube. Wolf Boy says he has heard stories that people used to travel to the moon in things like that. Lucy dismisses this, however, it's apparent they are talking about Apollo moon missions.
The map in PathFinder shows that the overall shape of the land masses still looks familiar but according to Angie Sage, the sea levels have risen by 50 metres at sometime during the last 10,000 years as shown in Marwick's Map below. This explains why on a more local scale the Geography has changed massively as you can see from the maps and in the books.
The Maps from the Books drawn by Mark Zug
The Small, Wet Country Across the Sea
Is the land in which the the Castle, the Port and many of the other locations in the series are located. Angie Sage says that the Small, Wet Country Across the Sea is where present day England is or at least what is left of it after sea levels have risen. The Castle and the region surrounding it appear to be located in Southern England according to Marwick's Map of the Ancient Ways with Angie Sage saying that she reckons that "the Castle is in England, somewhere near where London is right now. But of course, it is way into the future."
- Main article: Badlands
The Badlands are a rocky and hilly valley on the northern borders of the Southern Small, Wet Country Across the Sea, where DomDaniel once practised his dark magic in an observatory atop a hill. They are inhabited by Land Wurms, giant carnivorous snakelike animals, making it a dangerous place. Simon Heap also used to live there with Lucy Gringe.
The Isles of Syren
- Main article: Isles of Syren
The Isles of Syren are an archipelago of islands that lie between the Small, Wet Country Across the Sea and the Far Countries. They have a resemblance to the Scilly Isles in our time but are in fact "a hilly bit of the Netherlands" but with a climate similar to the Scilly Islands and Carribean due to the Gulf Stream.
The Far Countries
The Far Countries appear to cover all countries which are not on the same landmass as the Small, Wet Country Across the Sea in other words - Eurasia and Africa.
The land where the Pathfinder village is.
The Land of the House of Foryx
Angie Sage said that The House of Foryx is said to be located where modern Bavaria is today. 
The Eastern Snow Plains
The Eastern Snow Plains appears to be located in southern Siberia in an area between the Aral Sea and Lake Baikal. In modern day Russia, the area to the west of Lake Baikal is well known for its Lapis Lazuli deposits and its snowy climate which seems very appropriate.
The Lands of the Long Nights
The lands where the Northern Traders come from which appears to be located in modern day Scandinavia.
The Desert of the Singing Sands
The Islands of the Shallow Seas
Milo Banda brought back some bales of a woollen cloth and a selection of pearl necklaces from this location during Syren (book).
Speculated Location: The Islands should be located in East Asia due to the large amount of pearls and Wool being farmed there. With the most likely location within that area being China since large parts of it have been flooded to form an inland (shallow) sea due to the increase in sea level.
Map of Europe
A map of Septimus' World with the approximate locations of the different lands.
Warning: the map is based on satellite imagery so be aware that terrain has changed very noticeably in the 10,000 years between Septimus' time and ours hence this isn't a precise map.
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Behind the Scenes
- Mark Zug based the topography of Marwick's Map on computer-generated maps which try to predict what the Earth may look like if sea levels rose by 50 metres.
- Below you can see one of these maps which matches the topography of Marwick's Map exactly with the exception of Greenland's inland sea.
- To view these maps go to Calculated Earth and change the sea level to be 50m. It will show you how much the topography of the Earth will have changed in the 10,000 years till Septimus' time.
- ↑ Septimus Heap Blog - Angie Sage 7 - In response to Thomas Dalby's comment
- ↑ Map made using Watering and draining the Earth
- ↑ Made using Calculated Earth
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Septimus Heap Blog - Ask Angie 6: Angie Sage's reply to Rose.
- ↑ Septimus Heap Blog - Ask Angie 7: Angie Sage's reply to Sara.
- ↑ Septimus Heap Blog - Ask Angie 7: Angie Sage's reply to Andysplash.
- ↑ The Lapis Lazuli Deposits and Lake Baikal and the location is calculated using Marwick's Map of the Ancient ways as a guide.
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|Alice "TodHunter" Moon · Ferdie Sarn · Oskar Sarn · Princess Driffa · Benhira-Benhara Grula-Grula|
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|A Colouring Book of Hours: Castle|
|Magyk · The Castle · Wizard Tower · The Port · Marram Marshes · The Badlands|