There are few physical attributes to describe the chasm: It's a large gap in the earth, somewhere between hundred and thousand yards wide, a few miles long, and infinitely deep - or at least, it seems like that.
It is known that there are layers in the Abyss that even the tanar'ri are afraid of. But these layers are usually well-hidden, and few travellers ever find their way there. Recently though, an area of the Abyss' very first layer is giving the fiends nightmares: The gorging hole, which appeared only a few weeks ago, has turned into the most popular lurid tale among the tanar'ri.
In the Abyss, you expect the nature to be hostile and strange. Flesh-eating cobble stones, soil that slowly dissolves you while you walk on it, acidic rain - none of these are too surprising in the Abyss.
Not really directly related to Planescape but in one my articles about the Istaritu I referred to a creature known as a Hu Xian, as one of the NPCs was one. Anyways I have stats of these lying around for a while. I updated them a bit, to see if the *New* stat format they're using is any good.This is actually a conversion of an old D&D monster...HU XIAN
FlipcityBoy, I tell you, living here is SO much fun! I'm here since more than a millennium, and I don't even have an idea why I've been surviving so long. I do have mephit blood in my veins, but somehow I don't believe that's it.
Recommended Levels: n/a Risen from the chaotic ranks of the tanar'ri, Druedadon is a minor demon lord in ascension. Unlike most others of his kind, he is not so prone to fits of rage, just barely concealing his hatred in a facade of refined malice.