Edge City is on the edge of the continent, straddling the F'urth River. It has an amazing resemblance to Ankh-Morpork as I've got that visitor's guide along with a really nice, large map. I've thrown in a few places that also show up in the various Fantasy Trip adventures, as well as my ancient mapping of Stubboon's Final Stand (which is where another Kickstarter lives, Woodfall, so Ive got a lot of material there. As well as realizing I did not put the name of that little spot there. Next iteration of the map).
I need to get a political narrative of the region, and a bit of the history. I've also been reading the Amazon 'zine I got, so that island is somewhere further off the coast. I do believe I may be bringing in some clandestine Amazons at some point.
But we do have at least some political intrigue: the Barony of the Foothills is in one of the adventures, and Woodfall is a town full of witches and others with no love for the current regime. Humans are the vast majority of people living in the area, but there are some small hamlets for goblins, orcs, halflings, and other groups. The great Edge City boasts a very diverse population, including various trolls that don't want to kill everyone on sight. But those are pretty rare.
I put some windmills off the coast along the farmlands there. We've the Old Temple, the Temple of Dolosia and a few unnamed towns. I've also got to expand out my gods and goddesses lists. I've got yet another Kickstarter that deals with that from the other side: setting up cults and demons. So I am hoping that the group and I can build up this world. Although I do feel that a lot of the group really does not want to participate in that way, they would rather just bully their way through things it seems. Countering this, of course, we have had games where combat was avoided due to actually talking with the people. And I was pleasantly surprised when one of my Traveller player's came up with his people's name for the mechanical life.
There is hope. I am may even create a Trello board to see if we can get more world building to happen. This is what is happening in the game we're in right now, DELVE. While the DM is mostly doing random rolls on various tables, we're creating the world. I fear I am not participating as much as a I could but I do tend towards a timid player. So: kettle meet pot :)