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My group is playing using Pathfinder rules, but really want to transport themselves to Planescape's city of Sigil.

Regardless of D&D Edition or Campaign Setting, what source books are there that focus on Sigil that I should familiarize myself with so I can be ready to GM once they have managed to get there?

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Please do make yourself familiar with the Planescape setting itself via Planescape Campaign Setting boxed set.

After you do, the book you want is In the Cage: A Guide to Sigil. You might also want to take a look at The Factol’s Manifesto.

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    \$\begingroup\$ Also "Uncaged - Faces of Sigil" \$\endgroup\$ – Ashterothi May 16 '17 at 14:56
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I have recently found this full planescape index. From there you can look up references to Sigil, and locations within and cross reference the books.

Additionally, I found an interactive map of Sigil with useful book references there as well.

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The Planar Handbook is a D&D 3.x splatbook that contains a small section on Sigil. (Pages 141 to 146 deal with it.)

The Manual of the Planes (p 147-152) also D&D 3.x concerns the Outlands. Sigil, also called the City of Doors, is located at the heart of the Outlands.

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