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The term "World of Deltora" has not been confirmed by official sources and is merely conjecture.
|World of Deltora|
- Main article: Deltora
One of the largest and strangest islands, Deltora is home to seven tribes and many creatures, Deltora is ruled by a monarchy, beginning with King Adin after he united the island's seven tribes. It has constantly been the goal of the Shadow Lord, but Deltora has prevailed through all his attempts.
- Main article: Dorne
- Main article: Illica
An island in the Silver Sea, home of the Collectors.
Isle of Jade Edit
- Main article: Isle of Jade
An island in the nine seas.
Isle of the Four Sisters Edit
- Main article: Isle of the Four Sisters
A now sunken, small island which was once home to four sisters who sang to each other. The sisters' song kept a giant beast asleep beneath the island. When the Shadow Lord came by the island and killed the sisters, the beast awoke and smashed the island, causing it to sink.
Isle of Tier Edit
- Main article: Isle of Tier
The island created by the half-turtle man Tier.
Land of the Zebak Edit
- Main article: Land of the Zebak
A large island home to the warlike Zebak people, ancient enemies of the people of Maris.
- Main article: Maris (island)
- Main article: Shadowlands (location)
Two Moons Edit
- Main article: Two Moons (island)
Known seas Edit
Silver Sea Edit
- Main article: Silver Sea
Ocean of the South Edit
- Main article: Ocean of the South
Sea of Serpents Edit
- Main article: Sea of Serpents
- Confirmed at the Melbourne Writer's Festival, Rodda announced that the lands in Rowan of Rin is set in the same world as Deltora, off to its east. In the back of the paperback version of Shadows of the Master there is also an author's note that states that Rowan of Rin, The Three Doors and Deltora Quest are set in the same world.
- Emily Rodda has said that she has a very clear picture of the sea Deltora lies in and the islands surrounding it.
- According to Emily Roda there are hundreds of islands in the world of Deltora.