Fillory is a magical land written about in Christopher Plover's novels that turns out to be real. Fillory not only pertains to the mystical land as a whole, but is also one of the kingdoms present in it.
Fillory is populated with, among other things, talking animals such as horses and elephants (although the non-talking kind also exist), and other magical beasts, such as pegasi. There are also a number of unique animals. Its gods are the twin rams, Ember and Umber.
The air in fillory is composed of 0.02 percent opium .
Fillory is governed by a Monarchy, composed of four thrones, often vacant, but when all are filled, it has two kings and two queens, of which one is High King. These thrones cannot be occupied by someone from Fillory (e.g. Fillorian) and requires a child of earth to take up the crown. Once the High King is married, he cannot leave Fillory or be with anybody else; he is forever bound to his wife and husband.
Fillory is a land of abundance and as such, its monetary system is mostly symbolic. Anything that looks like it might be money seems to be accepted, be it gold or plastic game coins.
The world Fillory is situated on, is a disk, and as such, has an edge. On the other side of the disk is another land. Fillory, and presumably its world, cannot exist without magic.
- The Flying Forest
- Castle White Spire
- The Armory
- Castle Black spire
- Chatwin's Torrent
- The Wellspring
- The Rainbow Bridge
- Coronation Island
- Ember's temple
- Umber's Temple
- The official The Magicians fandom name is Fillorians.
- ↑ The Magicians, Season 1, Episode 13
- ↑ https://twitter.com/MagiciansSyfy/status/854526508513341440