Some thoughts on the Globiuz encyclopedia
Globiuz has many crazy creatures and races that may confuse at first, but then appeal. Most fantasy books have trolls, elves and orks - and that mostly holds us aback to the 'classic view' of the fantasy genre.
Globiuz creates new races in snap of a finger, instead of re-using the banal 'elf' & 'ork' niche, that dates way back to the ancient mythologies. The First Light had nimbly introduced us to the Medieval fantasy environment of Norwin, filled with races that strove against the nomads and mercenaries. It made it all look grime and hopeless. The magical power of Globiuz, at that moment was almost forgotten and the last wizards were in castaway.
The Globiuz is growing
Globiuz has Paglots, Crickens, Black-Green-Gray-etc-Dwarfs and Gnomes, Cluxs, Iwis and tons of other critters in a wild array of imagination. Each and every book of Globiuz has a glossary in the beginning, characters, maps, places and even events, which takes a huge chunk of paper book.
A volume fantasy
It makes more sense now, to combine all of the materials from Globiuz I, II & III into Globiopedia with illustrations - and make it a supplementary book!