"Why is "magic" possible in the Elidrian side of reality but on our terrestrial side of the universe? "
I'm creating a game and attempting to breathe life into a story that has been forming in my mind for the past 9 years. I've accumulated enough material for what could be considered a movie's worth of scenes. Some of these scenes have already been transcribed, some have been animated and given voiceovers, while others remain in the form of rudimentary sketches or exist solely as brief mental trailers.
Within this game, players can fashion a playable character, complete with a 3D avatar of their choosing. This avatar has the potential to represent a human hailing from our Earth and universe, or a human from the distant planet Elidra of an alternate universe. While other species are also conceivable, they aren't pertinent to this inquiry.
We differentiate between these two kinds of humans as Terrestrials and Elidrians.
Elidrian players commence the game by delving into diverse, semi-developed storylines of their choosing. This allows them to initiate their journey on a fishing boat, tending to farmland, or engaged in other daily tasks. Conversely, those who opt for more intense storylines find themselves thrust directly into the midst of a brutal battle.
On the other hand, Terrestrial human characters initiate the game in a considerably different manner: unclothed and unexpectedly transported to the universe of Elidra.
According to the game's lore, Terrestrials from our universe have been unintentionally channeled through some kind of mystical mishap into the unfamiliar realm of Elidra.
"Magic" in this context refers to phenomena that defy conventional notions of logic, science, and reality.
As for the destination of these transported individuals, they emerge at random points on the solid surface of the planet Elidra.
Whether the existence of two universes is possible or whether it makes sense, either in verbal or literal terms, is inconsequential.
My intention is to comprehend how to elucidate the concept that whatever constitutes the comprehensive fabric of existence can be bifurcated into two distinct realities, each governed by its own set of rules.
This differentiation permits the plausibility of "magic" within the realm of Elidra while excluding it from Earth.
The explanation I'm looking for is based on our scientific knowledge of modern times, a source specifically supporting your idea or thesis is not necessary but given my mind lacking in nimbleness, I'd quite apreciate links to explanations of what you are extrapolating from or talking about.
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Why is "magic" possible in the Elidrian side of reality but on our terrestrial side of the universe?