The Cage, Sigil, an ever lively place full of surprises and wonders. Joy can be found amidst struggle and sorrow. Wonders are as common as fears. It is a place of variety, it is the center of the multiverse. For your curiosity, I have obtained letters about fae glamour, angered tree men, a murderous conspiracy and the Hag Countess’ campaign from the Cager side.
[Editor’s Note: Because in the end, would I lead you astray? Certainly not! Read onward, friends.]
Author’s note: The season of holiday stress is over once more. Ah, splendid. Anyway, I felt creative once more. And with that, more little blurbs and bits on the day to day around The Cage and beyond… with the added touch of a known friend Why? Because I will always love Sigil (at least the version less touched by Hasbro and their ilk later in this Year of 2023.)
Other note: this was written before the horrible OGL mess. Fight for OpenD&D and don’t stop.
Salutations, friends. Following my excursion into the depths and chronicling unseen sights of the lower planes, I return once more! Consider this entry and future presentation and addendum to many previous treks across many realities. At this point, I have become rather adept to the dangers beyond. But, for the enterprising primer looking to handle all that the planes can offer, hopefully I can pass plenty of advice and knowledge on. So please, travel with me (in spirit) as I unravel more mysteries and wonders floating beyond the prime material plane.
Author’s Note: More planes abound! I wanted to return to my idea of the Hag Countess ascending, what an aftermath would be like. Also, I recalled that 4th Edition touched on Evard a few times, so it’s worth taking some notes from various later creations (such as a somewhat obscure Dungeon adventure) for inspiration. Hopefully, I can find myself back in the swing of things as well. I haven’t been nearly as motivated in the new year, but I’ll see what I can do.