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 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...
It's becoming so big, it needs a separate book
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 bonus book
It makes more sense now, to combine all materials from Globiuz I, II & III into Globiopedia with illustrations - and make it a supplementary book!