Recommended Levels: Mid (8-14) Author: Orri EiríkssonEmail: The para-elemental plane of Magma may be the last place in the multiverse most planewalkers would like to explore, strange as that may seem. Actually, the plane of boiling rock isn't all that bad if you can stand the heat. It's certainly no Baator, and the natives won't go out of their way to cause travelers harm....as often as in some of the outer planes, that is.
Recommended Levels: n/a Author: Orri EiríkssonEmail: galore... Perfect for players that need to get away from Sigil for awhile for one reason or another. Perhaps they are being hunted by the law or ticked off a factol or two, but whatever their motives, they are looking for a portal out of Sigil. Preferably somewhere safe and remote.
Recommended Levels: n/a Author: Monte LinEmail: : This hook is intended to belong with the adventure anthology, Tales from the Infinite Staircase. There are some spoilers within the adventure, so do not read unless you have played or read through the official adventure anthology, Tales from the Infinite Staircase. Prologue and the Dark:
Recommended Levels: n/a Author: Orri EiríkssonEmail: isn't always relaxing... -Adventure background- Sometimes, the highest form of happiness can only be achieved by suffering. Insight comes at a price, as the darkness in a mans heart can be difficult to face. There is a place in Amoria, the first layer of Elysium, where the confrontation is, arguably, made easier. For is it not easier to face a physical foe, than one in your own mind?
Recommended Levels: n/a Author: Antonio Jose Blasco LopezEmail: . Rectitud is a village in Mechanus where nearly every aspect of life is dictated by a law or a rule. There are laws that tell you when to be awake, the amount of time you have to work, or the age at which you can have relationships with others. This last law has become a problem for two youngsters in the village.
Recommended Levels: n/a Author: Orri EiríkssonEmail: : Askur Yggdrasil, the world tree, is one of the best known paths of the multiverse. It connects several of the outer planes, the astral and number of prime worlds. In Norse mythology, it is actually portrayed as possibly older than the gods. Indeed, several things were, including the first being, Ýmir, as portrayed in the third verse of Völuspá: Ár var alda,þar er Ýmir bygði,