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An Introduction to the Mirror Plane

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A campaign setting supplement for Forgotten Realms

The Dais of Exodites Has Opened Once More!

The Mirror Plane began as a solution to a need I would imagine many Dungeon Masters have or have had at some time in their careers – undeveloped real-estate in the Forgotten Realms.

I love the FR setting, but sometimes my adventurers want a destination that isn't easily referenced from published material, that has the trappings of the Forgotten Realms, such as the pantheon and faiths, but new nations and new twists on factions and races.

The solution was another plane, a dimension conceived by Ao, originally as a prison.

Updates so far:

  • Changed and improved layout, including 5e fonts.
  • Added map of Capitol and map of Sanctuary.
  • Added a page on the properties (traits) of the plane.
  • Added artwork by Jeshields.
  • Added map of the Underdark, the Dwarf Kingdoms and Tyrfane.
  • Added section on NPCs - soldiers, civilians and dangers for the three largest nations, and Guardians of the Planar Prison.
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This title was added to our catalog on December 10, 2019.