The Quasi-Elemental Plane of Lightning

The Quasi-Elemental Plane of Lightning

The Quasi-Elemental Plane of Lightning is a vast, space filled with violet skies and black storm clouds, created by the junction of the Elemental Plane of Air and the Positive Energy Plane.

As with the other planar junctures, the Quasiplane of Lightning has ‘border’ areas that touch neighboring planes, allowing certain conditions to ‘bleed through’ from one plane to another. Where the Plane of Air meets Lightning, the storms lighten and the spaces between the clouds grow. This area is referred to as the Subdued Cacophony. Where Lightning meets Positive Energy Plane, a wall of cascading energy stands as a permanent barrier. Where Lightning meets ash and the steam, the clouds become thicker and blacker. Confusingly, both of these areas are called the Dark Land. Lightning also borders the quasiplane of Radiance, and is called the Bright Land. This resembles as the rest of the quasiplane, though the storm clouds glow brightly, carrying the blinding danger of Radiance. Lastly, the junction between Ice and Lightning, a cold realm called the Glistening Crystal. The storm clouds are filled with huge floating icebergs, all of which glow with the unnerving electrical light found throughout Lightning.

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