The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, is a loosely defined region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, where a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances. According to the US Navy, the triangle does not exist, and the name is not recognized by the US Board on Geographic Names.

In the Fantendoverse, it is a location of a unusually large amount of distortion mist, hiding several continents and islands. One isolated island is home to Magma Sentinels, while a continent is currently home to Amelia Earhart and the entire race of people that are her offspring. It is unknown the exact numbers of countries and continents are hiding under the Bermuda triangle. It is also stated that the triangle has it's own defense system of storms and other disasters to prevent anyone from getting in or out. In addition, the borders of the triangle is guarded by a host of monsters and mutated animals, with a mysterious leader that nobody lived to describe.



Eden is a continent within the Bermuda Triangle, home to Amelia Earhart and the rest of her offspring. The Earharts live in the Country of Airheart, which is also host to the Fountain of Youth and the temple surrounding that. The Earharts live in the temple and have lived for a long time thanks to the Fountain of Youth's effects, which they refuse to share with outsiders. The rest of the continent has not been explored.

During the Fantendo Now episode Bermuda Bermuda, Leah, Sakeena, X-Ray and PalmMan headed to Eden to find a rare flower and ended up clashing with the Earharts, barely escaping with said flower (and a cup of eternal youth water).



This isolated island is home to the rare ore Sentelenium and the Magma Sentinels. Not much is really known about them at the moment.


It is the main setting of The Shadows in the Stars. Like Fuegroh, it is isolated from the rest of the world, particularly to protect medieval values. It was ruled by King Raxun until he died, then Prince Dominic very briefly until Princess Kalatia, his older sister, imprisoned him and took her rightful position on the throne.

Aimlo has yet to be explored by the "bigger" Fantendo characters, like most locations described in Lone Planet Productions' Fantendoverse games.