Current known or inhabited Earths are not all specifically named in the Worm Universe. As of Arc 28, there were over a dozen Earths accessible from Earth Bet.[1] Some contacted worlds are unknown to the general public and were classified.[2]

There are many, many Earths that are not easily accessible. Each Shard resides on another Earth (or multiple Earths), linked through the dimensions.

Earth AlephEdit

Earth Aleph is the home to the Travelers.  It is a world that diverged paths from the time of Scion's first appearance. This world has variations of everyone born before said appearance (about 30 years before the start of Worm), though anyone born after may not have a duplicate in Earth Bet. It is much closer to the world of the readers than other Earths, even Earth Bet,[3] but it still has capes. However, they're much weaker than the ones on Earth Bet.[4][5]

Earth BetEdit

Earth Bet, also known as Earth B,[6] is the main location of the story. It is believed to have diverged from Earth Aleph around 1983[7].  It is the home world to Taylor and the majority of the other capes in the story.

Has dollar coins instead of bills, major terrorist attacks did not occur here, but the damage that people with superpowers did more than compensated.[3] The cold war fizzled out when Scion entered the picture[8] and interfered with nuclear weapons testing.[9] There are also the remains of an abandoned base on the Moon that was being created by Sphere.[10] [3]

Earth Bet had a population of roughly 6,979,019,555 in 2011, according to the Number Man.[11]

Earth GimelEdit

Earth Gimel is an alternate Earth connected to Brockton Bay Bet, which seemed to have diverged from other human occupied earths roughly five thousand years ago.[12] It was an underpopulated world and is used to evacuate for much of the East Coast.

Earth Dalet Edit

Earth Dalet is an alternate Earth set up for refuges during Gold Morning. Zion attacked there in his rampage across the earths.[13] It

Earth HeEdit

Earth He is an alternate Earth used to evacuate Western Europe and Northern Africa minus the English speakers.

Earth TavEdit

A world dedicated to Australian refugees, with a population of just over two million people. The largest settlement was attacked by the Yàngbǎn with the intent of conquering the planet for the Chinese Union-Imperial, but their attacking force was annihilated by the Simurgh.[14]

Earth ZayinEdit

Earth Zayin is an alternate Earth used as a refuge. Sleeper followed into this world and would later "subsume" it. The very fact that he entered Zayin causes everyone else to write off the whole dimension as a lost cause.

Other Refugee WorldsEdit

Also colonized as of Golden Morning were a South American world that had their main settlement obliterated by Zion, and an unnamed world conquered by the Chinese Union-Imperial and used as their base. There were over a dozen worlds colonized from Earth Bet at this point.[1]

Earth C Edit

The Earth containing New York C, in the Epilogues.[15]

Earth Samech Edit

Earth Samech or Earth Samekh is a Cauldron controlled earth.[16]

Earth Shin Edit

Full Article: Supreme Earth.

Sometimes known as Earth S. A world with parahumans, but no superheroes. Non-powered people are treated like second-class citizens. There was a takeover on a global level by supervillians, a group called 'The Supreme'. Said villains are very well organized by their leader: Goddess.[2]

Sveta's WorldEdit

The home Earth of Garotte. There were legends of "branded" all over the world, demons or abominations that would come and kidnap people.[17]

Contessa's WorldEdit

The world Fortuna was home to. Eden's crash-landing tore a hole into this world,[18] allowing her to cross over and encounter Eden directly. This world seemed to have a very low level of technology, and Fortuna was unaware that people with dark skin existed.[19]

Doctor Mother's WorldEdit

The world Doctor Mother was home to. Eden's crash-landing tore a hole into this world, allowing Doctor Mother to cross over.[18]

Eden's WorldEdit

The Earth where Eden crash-landed, tearing holes to Contessa's World and Doctor Mother's World. Cauldron constructed their compound around her in Côte d’Ivoire. This world featured a number of monsters created by Eden's corpse.[18]


  • The Earths within the Worm Universe are mostly named after the letters in the Hebrew alphabet.
    • The known Earths are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7, implying there is at least an Earth Vav (6).

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Cockroaches 28.5
  2. 2.0 2.1 Lausanne RP
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "“Nine-eleven didn’t happen here. Endbringers did. They have one dollar coins in this America, not bills, and they phased pennies out. Um. There’s an installation on the moon, half-built and abandoned. I don’t know. Stuff is different.” - Excerpt from Migration 17.6
  4. You follow the lame ass superheroes and villains we’ve got running around, and the three or four who’re maybe actually worth something. You’ve followed Earth Bet, all the stuff that goes on with the real heroes and villains. - Excerpt from Migration 17.5
  5. There were capes in Earth Aleph, barely C-list by our standards. - Excerpt from Speck 30.4
  6. Migration 17.3
  7. Gestation 1.x
  8. Unlike the major players in the Cold War, the monsters he was thinking about weren’t so rational that they’d stand down with Scion in the picture. - Excerpt from Interlude 15.y
  9. That's essentially it. Scion was stopping raiding groups and paramilitary groups in Africa and the Middle East, and then began to respond to weapon testing in much the same way. Scion shot down one test missile from a country away and then hit the launch facility. This wasn't widely publicized, but it did have ripple effects in terms of culture and America's military spending/focus.
    Part of Scion's motivation in doing so was to prevent a scenario where the shards couldn't find hosts (for much the same reason, he would have gone out of his way to stop, say, String Theory). Part was Norton's instructions. But the countries basically realized that it wouldn't work. - Elaboration on spacebattles by Wildbow
  10. Sphere became newsworthy when he took on a project to build self sustaining biospheres on the moon. - Excerpt from Interlude 11d
  11. The best case scenario is that Earth’s population drops steeply over twenty years, until it settles to forty-eight point six percent of where it currently stands.  Three billion, three hundred and ninety-one million, eight hundred and three thousand, five hundred and four.  Give or take. - 14.y (Donation Interlude; Legend)
  12. The deviation point seems to be nearly five thousand years ago. Several teams are working on analyzing the sites where humans settled, looking for the cause of extinction. - [1] from Imago 21.5
  13. You should know, Scion just hit Dalet. It’s ugly. Getting worse with every attack. - Excerpt from Imago 21.4
  14. Cockroaches 28.4
  15. Teneral e.2
  16. “Someone’s saying he’s hitting Samech.  It’s one of the Earths Cauldron was going to watch over.  There’s only Dragon, the Guild and some Protectorate guys there.” -Excerpt from Venom 29.01
  17. Venom 29.7
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 Spacebattles
  19. Interlude 29

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