Abyssal ship

It is an infinity of clutching horror.

It is home to demons.

It is where morality crumbles and ethics perish.

The Abyss is all that is ugly, all that is evil, and all that is chaotic reflected in infinite variety through layers beyond count. Its virtually endless layers spiral downward into ever more atrocious forms. Conventional wisdom places the number of layers of the Abyss at 666, though there may be far more. The whole point of the Abyss, after all, is that it's far more terrible than conventional wisdom could ever encompass.


  • Normal Gravity: The top layer of the Abyss, the Plain of Infinite Portals, and many other layers have the normal gravity traitt, but other layers of the Abyss can contain wildly different gravity traits that run the gamut of possibilities.
  • Normal Time: Time flows at the same rate in the Abyss as on the Material Plane. However, rumors persist of a layer where time flows backward with regard to aging. The reverse flow is erratic, however, and a visitor could be reverse-aged to childhood or out of existence altogether.
  • Infinite Size
  • Divinely Morphic
  • Mixed Elemental and Energy Traits: Dependent on layer.
  • Milldly Chaos-Aligned and Mildly Evil-Aligned
  • Normal Magic


Abyssal portal
The Abyss has more layers than anyone knows, mortal or deity, though some scholars say that it has 666 layers.

Plain of Infinite PortalsEdit

This is the topmost of the uncountable Abyssal layers. It is a barren dusty place without life or greenery, baking beneath a hell-red sun. The dusty plains are broken by three features: huge pits in the earth, great iron strongholds, and the River Styx.

The pits of this first layer are portals to deeper layers. Dropping down a given pit soon deposits the traveler into the associated layer, though jumping into unknown pits is insanely dangerous.

The iron strongholds here most often house powerful demons, and serve as rallying points for demonic armies on their way to join in the Endless Blood War. Some of that war's greatest battles take place on this layer.

Broken Reach Edit

Broken Reach

Red Shroud, a succubus sorcerer, rules the town of Broken Reach, which serves as a gathering point for the Blood War mercenaries, a way spot for travelers insane enough to explore the Abyss, and a place for trade. The town is a set of crumbling towers surrounded by outworks of trenches, walls, and spiky barricades.

Lakes of Molten IronEdit

A series of natural white-hot crucibles filled with molten iron that stretch across the Plain of Infinite Portals. Several strongholds are situated along their banks, as the iron provides material for weapons to feed the Blood War.

Endless MazeEdit

Endless maze

The 600th layer of the Abyss. Here Baphomet, the bellowing Prince of Beasts, dwells at the center of an infinite maze of twisting corridors and trapped switchbacks. Numerous minotaur tribes inhabit the maze, usually led by half-fiend minotaurs or rogue bulezaus that have escaped the Blood War. These creatures revere Baphomet as a patron deity, and such is their devotion that some eventually escape the maze to preach the worship of the Prince of Beasts to the minotaurs of the Material Plane. In addition to the ram-headed bulezau, several “domestic” demon breeds created in Baphomet’s Tower of Science haunt the layer, including brutal horned ogres known as ghours and the demon lord’s most oft-exported creations, the goristros. Numerous wild goristros hungrily wander the forlorn hallways of the Endless Maze, keeping the larger corridors and galleries free from intruders (and often dumbly crushing allied servants of Baphomet for good measure).

Wells of DarknessEdit

A series of pools on the 73rd layer of the Abyss—the eponymous Wells of Darkness—contain some of the most vile and accursed prisoners in all the multiverse, let alone the Abyss. The inky black liquid of the pools somehow restrains those submerged into it, preventing escape but allowing a very primitive form of telepathic communication that serves only to prove that the captives have not yet been erased from existence. Escape from the Wells of Darkness has occurred in the past—at the order of the Court of Woe or the act of a greater deity, for example—but such events are so rare that those who follow the history of the Abyss can name all known escapees from memory: Bayemon of the Unhealing Wound, the marilith queen Shaktari, Siragle the Ineffable, the vaunted Zzyczesiya, and Shami-Amourae.

On the ServerEdit

Abyssal battle
A portal from the Harmonium Barracks and a portal from the Temple of the Abyss in Sigil lead to parts of the Plain of Infinite Portals where the Blood War rages by the Lakes of Molten Iron.

Several years ago, the devils secured their foothold in the area, and now several strongholds of both demons and devils are located in the region to fuel the constant fighting. Most of the battles take place by a series of bridges which cross the rivers of molten iron that lead between the lakes.

This particular area of the layer does not have many portals to the lower layers, though there is one unusual portal leading to the Endless Maze. Only the very brave and hardy should venture through this portal, however, for the minotaurs of the Maze are ruthless and the twisting passages are difficult to navigate.

Broken Reach and the Wells of Darkness both can be accessed on the server.

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