Bold text represents terms that are very important and/or will be further discussed via further writings or sketches. I will always ATTEMPT to present the continued information in the order I present them in the original work but that may not always be possible do to story continuity or other reasons but they will all be covered eventually.
To begin to tell the story of Traskoria one must first talk about “The Oblivion”
The Oblivion is the consumer of the multiverse. Generally, it appears at one edge of a universe and absorbs it in a singular direction, it appears as a milky fog. Almost nothing else about it is known because it gives off no readings of any kind other than visually. Nearly all attempts to study it have met with failure. All objects that disappear into the Oblivion are lost. None have ever returned. Reaching out about 100 lightyears from its edge is “The Crawl”, Long tendrils of smoky looking white “fog” that reach ever on into whatever universe it is currently devouring. Some study has been done on this area of The Oblivion, but at great peril and cost. Any object that enters The Crawl will be pulled by an ever increasing gravity toward The Oblivion. Surprisingly however, it exerts no other destructive force. At times it will appear that the tendrils of The Crawl will attempt to curl around an object entering its space, but this is highly subjective. Even entering The Oblivion itself seems to not offer any destruction. Ships, Asteroids, Worlds, and anything else it covers is consumed with a whimper, seemingly whole and then it is lost. No signal of any kind has ever been received from inside The Oblivion. The few ships that have escaped from The Crawl have described it simply as being in an ever deepening fog trying to fight and ever increasing gravimetric pressure coming from the Oblivion Proper. The only thing else to ever come out of the Oblivion are Oblivion Wraiths.
To truly talk about The Oblivion one must learn about its discovery and progression. Most species throughout the multiverse have come to describe the progression of The Oblivion as a series of Great Crushes. This may be due in part to the fact that many people report hearing “a crushing sound” as The Oblivion nears their planets. This lasts for a short while only when The Oblivion can first be seen and then The Oblivion is silent again even as it consumes said planets.