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    Default dream-dimension source?

    I forget exactly what source the dream dimensions are listed in 3 and 3.5 (and P if you got it), I think it may have been a dungeon mag?

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    Default Re: dream-dimension source?

    Either Manual of the Planes or Planar Handbook. I always get the two mixed up.
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    Default Re: dream-dimension source?

    Manual of Planes has it. But I think most of the crunchy stuff is actually in Heroes of Horror.
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    Default Re: dream-dimension source?

    MotP. Plane is called Dream or Dreamscape. Also the source of the Lucid Dreaming skill.
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    Default Re: dream-dimension source?

    The plane of Dal'Quor is also a dream dimension that exists in the Eberron setting. Information about it can be found in the Eberron Campaign Setting book and a bit more information about its denizens can be found in Secrets of Sarlona and Magic of Eberron.

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    Default Re: dream-dimension source?

    There's not much, but in addition to being in MotP and HoH, there is a slight mention of a "Dreamscape" in the Epic Level Handbook. It's only a small thing, but there's an Epic monster that can weave nightmares, travel to and from the lands of dreams, and I think can send others there as well. There is also an Epic Level spell that takes you there, kind of like an Astral Projection/Shadow Walk effect.

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    Default Re: dream-dimension source?

    Very helpful refresher!

    I used the thread info to find a bunch of the other content sources:

    Living Nightmares: Dream Creatures of Dal Quor

    Secrets of Sarlona

    Magic of Eberron

    And I think that covers it! Thanks!
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