Other planes

For the most part, all the various planes are exactly as the appear in The Manual of the Planes. Read below for a quick overview of each.

The World Axis cosmos consists of a core of five
planes that have their own discrete existence, plus
scores of dominions or realms that are features or
locales of another plane. The planes are:

The World: The mortal plane of existence is the
natural world. This world may be Abeir-Toril, Athas,
Eberron, Krynn, Oerth, or a world of your own
devising. This plane also encompasses the space
between worlds.

Parallel Planes: Inextricably linked to the
natural world are two parallel planes: the The Feywild
(or Plane of Faerie) and the Shadowfell (or Plane of
Shadow). They are the closest of the planes to the
mortal world.

Fundamental Planes: The mortal world and
its parallel planes exist between two great infinite
expanses—the Astral Sea and the Elemental Chaos.
The Astral Sea is dotted with smaller planes called
astral dominions, the Elemental Chaos with elemental
realms.

Astral Dominions: All astral dominions are
clearly delineated from the surrounding fundamental
plane. These are planes in every sense of the
term. Some are the domains of deities. Others were
abandoned or had their inhabitants and structures
destroyed long ago. Major astral dominions include:

✦ Arvandor, the Verdant Isles

✦ Celestia, the Radiant Throne

✦ Kalandurren, the Darkened Pillars

✦ The Nine Hells of Baator

✦ Pandemonium, the Howling Depths

✦ Tu’narath, City of the Githyanki

Elemental Realms: In the vastness of the Elemental
Chaos lie scores of elemental realms. Some
of these, such as the Abyss, are differentiated enough
from the surrounding elemental maelstrom to be
planes within a plane. Others are specific locales
within the chaos. Major elemental realms include:

✦ The Abyss

✦ The City of Brass

Demiplanes: Demiplanes are places that exist
outside the fundamental planes. Each was created by
artifice at some point in the past, since they do not
naturally occur. Many demiplanes exist, but only a
few are known by more than a handful of individuals.
The most famous demiplane is Sigil, City of Doors.

Anomalous Planes: Finally, the cosmology
includes some planes whose exact nature is not clear.
Major anomalous planes include:

Far Realms

The Plane of Dreams

Although the means may vary, the methods of
planar travel fall into one of several broad types: portals,
rituals, vessels, and phenomena.

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Other planes

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