|The size of Illte is comparable to the combined size of Eurasia (54,759,000 km²) in our world, however only less then half of the continent is inhabitable.|
Illte is the Delang name for the southern continent of the world. As far as is currently known by the Illomi and the Zhonyo, Illte stretched from just north of the equator and down towards the south pole. It is thought that Illte covers the south pole.
When the source people entered the continent, they saw reefs and smaller and larger islands as far as their eyes could see. For this reason did they name the continent Island Continent, Ill-teljen, which was soon shortened to Illte.