In one sense, mythogeography is nothing more than the exploration and mapping of the lands of fable, those little known, storied realms at the edge of the Known World. As such a land is explored it becomes less and less fabulous, evolving with time to the merely phantastic. Eventually it joins the lands of the Known World. As the Bundi Nations were mythical only a few generations ago, so now they are inescapably Known, and the lands on their borders have ascended from the mythical to the fabulous.
The great question, the burning issue of mythogeography, is the nature of these new lands. Did they and their peoples exist before their neighboring lands were explored, charted, and civilized? Or did they spring into existence as their neighbors become Known?