Cassian Plane (3.5e Environment)
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 Cassian Plane
A small, spherical plane which is 1,000 kilometers in diameter and height. Cassia has created a palace on a floating island surrounded by yellowish-white clouds. The sky of the plane is drenched in a rusty hue, and the palace's white marble appears to be yellowish. A trip to her plane is very dangerous if one cannot fly, and if flight is possible, getting through the clouds (which are actually sulfuric) is another hazard. Upon reaching her island, one will be attacked by various magical defenses if one is male, but females are allowed into her palace for an audience. If Cassia feels like listening, she will do so, but if she is annoyed, she might imprison, kill, torture, or do any number of bad things to the speaker. Visitors are understandably rare.
 Plane Traits
 Physical Traits
- Gravity: Slightly less than normal; created this way to enable Cassia to take advantage of the additional agility that lower gravity brings.
- Time: Normal
- Size: 1,000 kilometers in every direction from the very center.
- Morphic: Highly morphic for Cassia, not morphic for everyone else; Cassia's emotions change the weather and to some extent, the temperature.
 Magic, Alignment, and Energy/Elemental Traits
- Elemental Dominance: None,
- Energy Dominance: None.
- Alignment Trait: Chaotic Neutral.
- Magic Trait: If she is on the plane, Cassia is aware of every spell cast there. She is generally wary of those who cast spells on her plane other than herself, and she won't respond well to the caster.
 Plane Links
Cassia has a room in the center of her Palace which links to all of the lands under her control.
 Plane Inhabitants
Cassia, a dark deity of decadence. She lives with her minions and servant golems.
 Movement and Combat
 Features of the Plane
Cassia's Palace: Cassia's Palace is huge, with thousands of rooms, half of which are accessible to visitors, the other half carry the death penalty without explanation if she catches one in there for any reason (she really likes her privacy.) Many of her rooms are filled with gold and other offerings (magical items, silver, platinum, but no copper, as she doesn't accept too minor an offering) her followers have given her. At the center of her palace (prohibited to any visitors) is a magical portal room which contains interplanar gates between the palace and the various lands in which she has a large number of worshipers. The room is enchanted to be its own sub-plane so that it always has enough room for the portals, even if she were to have worshipers in a thousand countries.