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Hell is the alignment plane for LE souls. Abaddon is the alignment plane for NE souls. The Abyss is the alignment plane for CE souls. Pharasma's judging process is not specified in the source material.


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The answer to that is somewhat complicated, and while a soul's postmortem destination is partially influenced by the soul's alignment, that decision process has some other inputs. The Great Beyond says: Pharasma’s Court While the River of Souls arrives at Pharasma’s domain atop the Spire, not all souls undergo the same process. Some souls come ...


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The Ordial Plane is not canon While it's a cool idea, the concept originated, as far back as I have found, on mimir.net, and became a popular fan idea from there. But as I say, it was a reasonably well-designed idea and there was a niche the author wanted to fill, so let's talk about that. The Ordial Plane is the Plane of Proof The cosmological model of ...


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Your key resources on getting more detail than the Dungeon Master's Guide offers are the Manual of the Planes, and supplements like The Plane Above and The Plane Below (for the Astral Sea and Elemental Chaos, respectively). The planes are not each separate universes. Travel between them is another matter entirely. As I write about in What are the planes ...


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Looking at the handy cosmology map on page 161, we see what looks like a spherical earth flanked by spherical other-earths: The Shadowfell and Feywild. I have always treated the Demi-Earths to be separate plane, and only allow planar travel to them. However, I must define parallel worlds differently than others. In my opinion, a parallel world has an ...



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