Anima

Anima is the feremset containing daeverspaces focused on thoughts and souls, including morality and ethics, the mindscape, and realms of the dead. Planar cosmologists believe that souls originate in Source, flow outwards through the other planes, and are drawn into Oblivion. This flow of energy gives rise to outsiders when interacting with other planes, as well as consciousness when interacting with the Prime Material plane.

Primus Anima - The daeverspace containing the prime material plane. The other six planes are close to the material world. This daeverspace connects to Source, Oblivion, Benefus, Malefus, Ordinus, and Chaolus.

Benefus – The daeverspace containing good-aligned planes. This daeverspace connects to Primus Anima, Ordinus, Chaolus, Source, Oblivion, and Sentiatus.

Malefus – The daeverspace containing evil-aligned planes. This daeverspace connects Primus Anima, Ordinus, Chaolus, Source, Oblivion, and Sentiatus.

Ordinus – The daeverspace containing law-aligned planes. This daeverspace connects to Primus Anima, Benefus, Malefus, Source, Oblivion, and Sentiatus.

Chaolus – The daeverspace containing chaos-aligned planes. This daeverspace connects to Primus Anima, Benefus, Malefus, Source, Oblivion, and Sentiatus.

Source – The daeverspace containing the Well of Souls. This daeverspace connects to Primus Anima, Benefus, Malefus, Ordinus, Chaolus, and Sentiatus. No traveler has ever returned from the Well of Souls, so little is known of it; most is guesswork from studies made of the other six planes in the daeverspace.

Oblivion – The daeverspace containing the Devouring Eternity. This daeverspace connects to Primus Anima, Benefus, Malefus, Ordinus, Chaolus, and Sentiatus. Like its counterpart Source, none have ever returned from the Devouring Eternity, so most knowledge is based on studies made of the other six planes in the daeverspace.

Sentiatus – The daeverspace containing the Mindscape. This daeverspace connects to Source, Oblivion, Benefus, Malefus, Ordinus, and Chaolus. This daeverspace is a frequent destination of adventurous scholars seeking new discoveries or travelers searching for alternate routes between planes, but this is not without risk.

Anima

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