Originally Posted by Draken
That is not what I mean. I mean, how will the planar arrangement look like? Will we go with the usual approach of "The Void is outer space, with the Material Plane and the rest of the planes as worlds floating inside" (This is, in some ways, Eberron's approach)? Or make them all metaphisically separate, more like it works in the usual D&D cosmology of the Great Wheel.
Multiple planets is bound to not work. Heck, multiple continents can lead to some serious stagnancy.
Ah, I see, apologies for misinterpreting you. In my defense, I have seen a multiple planets setup actually work in the first Godhood - we just hit Space Opera very quickly.
On the topic at hand, I've always preferred great wheel cosmologies - they enable the aforementioned Space Opera period if that is the players' wont.
I was old when the pharaohs first mounted
The jewel-decked throne by the Nile;
I was old in those epochs uncounted
When I, and I only, was vile;
Originally Posted by apocalypsePast2
...one could possibly refer to you guys' elaborate dance of allies-to-enemies-to-suicide-of-the-universe as some sort of weird art form.
If one were on drugs.
Originally Posted by VonDoom
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