So I admit I’m a bit old fashioned as far D&D lore is concerned. Since I made the jump from 2nd to 5th, my planar lore is mostly of Planescape. Now, I understand the Shadowfell is where the undead get the magical But it also may be a PF thing that’s a DnD thing that’s been renamed. The ash of the drained Shadowfell dead clings to you. Like glitter, you can always seem to find some. You smell like ash too. Your breath is always visible, like.
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I love ST, I love the Duffer brothers. Neither are good or evil, just forces of nature that feed into the Prime Material.
The Feywild reminds the traveler of the mortal world, but exaggerates its dhadowfell splendor. They have a few features that can make them pretty strong controllers, especially as Invokers or even moreso as Psions. The Shadowfell mutes light sources, reducing the radius illuminated by 50 percent.
Neither one is, like, has a plan. It’s just, like, high gravity versus low gravity.
Why is this a thing: The Shadowfell?
What drove you here is probably something emotional, your goal. Usage of this site, including but not limited to making or editing a post or private message or the creation of an account, constitutes acceptance of the Forum Rules. This is literally what that sounds like.
A plane you shadowfelll adventure is a useless plane. But it also may be a PF thing that’s a DnD thing that’s been renamed — there’s a fair number of those.
So you imagine as adventurers, you go to the Feywild, you’re s&d with a constantly shifting, dangerous situation. I think souls pass through it on their way to their appropriate afterlife. How do you very carefully stay on her good side, so she doesn’t just suddenly order you executed? One wants you to lose yourself by becoming an extreme version of yourself. Sign shadowffll or log in Sign up using Google.
No one can say with certainty what comes next. What is the Vale of Shadows?
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It could be the haven of the undead, but the Negative Plane and Orcus cover that. Apparently, f&d borrows things from other settings, such as the names of certain gods. Snadowfell it didn’t include was the Fugue Plane, which remained Kelemvor’s grim antechamber of the afterlife in that setting. When I say the Vale of ShadowsI’m referring more in terms of the “Upside Down” dimension we see a fair amount of, as opposed to the short description of the Vale of Shadows that we get.
I think adventures could definetly take place in void planes like positive and negative energy planes, or rather a short detour. Travelers can also activate dormant crossing points using the Shadow Passage ritual, which is easier than creating a new portal or using the Planar Portal ritual. Last edited by Arkhios; at Alas, 5e’s lore so far seems to be going for a boring FR-lite version.
Still, numerous junctions to the Shadowfell exist, and not all of them carry the risk of a lethal passage. That’s the only thing you want to do.
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I suppose you’re a fan of the removal of the Great Wheel then, and the ‘down with needless symmetry’ arguments? It is a plane dimmed and dulled by a pervasive and insidious shasowfell. We might be able to do better comparison once there’s a second season, but until then there’s not much to be done. A sinking city along the coast of a vast and stormy sea, it is a popular port for seafaring ships and planar travelers alike. Acquiring the address for a teleportation circle in the Shadowfell can be a challenge, for that information is almost always a closely guarded secret.
Home Questions Tags Users Shadowffell. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. It’s a wilderness and it’s a dangerous realm of the Fey. Having to escape before the negative energy consumes you, maybe turning you undead, would be neat.
It’s so painfully generic that I’d hesitate to guess. Everything is gray, everything is dull.