Irian - the Eternal Day

Nature: Outer Plane

Composition: Minor positive-dominant.
Enhanced magic: ●Spells that use positive energy (including "cure" spells) are "Maximized".
●Characters get a +4 bonus on Charisma checks to turn undead, & receive the max possible turning damage result.
Impeded magic: Spells that use negative energy are impeded.



On Irian, a brilliant white sun hangs in the center of a crystalline sky, bathing the radiant landscape below in shadowless light. Forests of crystalline growths, mountains of pure quartz, rivers of liquid glass, and sun-bleached deserts of pure white sand define the landscape of this plane.

Irian is awash in positive energy – not intense enough to harm life, but sufficient to encourage and sustain life in a variety of unusual forms. Creatures of light and life make their home here, but they are not necessarily creatures of good.



Coterminous: Life blossoms where the two planes touch. Days are brighter, colors are more vibrant, sensations are more intense. Spells that use positive energy are cast at +1 Caster Level, and clerics turn undead as if they were 1 level higher.

Unlike with most other planes, its influence does not reach to specific places on the Material Plane during its coterminous phases. Rather, its manifestations occur for the hour surrounding noon across Eberron. It's coterminous for a period of 10 days in the springtime month of Eyre, once every 3 years.

Remote: Life loses its bloom when Irian moves to its remote position. Nights are darker, colors seem to fade, & a numbness hangs in the air. Spells using positive energy are cast at –1 CL, and clerics turn undead as if they were 1 level lower.

These effects pervade Eberron for a period of 10 days in the autumn month of Sypheros once every three years, a year and a half after each coterminous phase.

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