The Shadowfell is a dark and shadowy realm where colors are dark and faded and shapes are obscured at best. It somewhat pararells the mortal world. In base 4e lore, the Shadowfell was where the Primordials put all the .. But it also may be a PF thing that’s a DnD thing that’s been renamed. The first source to really describe the Plane of Shadow or Shadowfell in terms other than neutral was the D&D 4E Dungeon Master’s Guide.

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Thread Tools Show Printable Version. So, my barest understanding of the Shadowfell is that after the Spellplague, necrotic energy was taken and x&d into the Plane of Shadows, turning it into the Shadowfell.


It wasn’t a safe journey and many souls would get lost or worse. The Shadowfell Cover of the first edition. There was a very-short-lived paragon game that took place in the astral sea, and it took many hours of research to put together a partial mental image of the dawn lore timeline.

All times are GMT But there’s not really a ruler per say of either area, other than whoever you decide you want ruling them. I love the lore of the Dawn War, but it is so, so well hidden.


What does he want out of life? What to do in the Shadowfell? This page was last edited on 18 Juneat Good thoughts, and they will definitely help.

All times are GMT Think about how the NPCs will respond to these challenges, in ways that show their nature as a character. Manual of the PlanesThe Plane Below: I’m not joking one bit. Does he have a small army, or a secret cult following? Instead, they were merged with d&dd planes. What about the Dark One?

You might jot down a list of names for important subordinates, such as a spymaster, or a watch commander loyal to her. The Gorgon’s Alliance Planescape: Neither are good or evil, just forces of nature that feed into the Prime Material. Good Deeds Gone Unpunished! The Gorgon’s Alliance Planescape: RMorrisey 12k 3 44 Maybe use them as a neutral space to talk to beings connected with it.

Shattered Lands Dark Sun: Nentir Valethe Shadowfell was the grim antechamber of the afterlife. Maybe the raven represents the hand of fate, being in just the right place, at the right time, to keep the hero out of trouble.


But I am losing hope, because Mike Mearls said souls now go to her when she has her ravens divert them from the Astral. Landscape The tree brings me to the landscape. Apparently, it borrows things from other settings, such as the names of certain gods.

Within the Points of Light world, Shadowfell would have been a nice companion to “Gazetteer: Dungeon of the Mad Mage. A younger, more ambitious matriarch might try to oust her elder; a hunter might come looking for the outcast.

Why is this a thing: The Shadowfell?

A regular at the local tavern might’ve seen suspicious figures, or overheard some conversation. Jathal Darsha’an ; Linie.

I think adventures could definetly take place in void planes like positive and negative energy planes, or rather a short detour. Wake of the Ravager Dark Sun Online: Last edited by Scots Dragon; at It’s a fairly desolate place.