Plane of Mountains and Seas

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Plane of Mountains and Seas
First seen Global Series: Jiang Yanggu & Mu Yanling
Last seen Global Series: Jiang Yanggu & Mu Yanling
Planeswalkers Jiang Yanggu
Mu Yanling
Status Stable

The Plane of Mountains and Seas is an unnamed plane featured in the Global Series: Jiang Yanggu & Mu Yanling set. It is inspired by the Chinese Classic of Mountains and Seas, a compilation of mythic geography and myth.[1] It is home to the planeswalkers Jiang Yanggu and Mu Yanling.

Description[edit | edit source]

The world is characterized by its many mountains, forests, plains, lakes, rivers and oceans. It has a rich flora and fauna.

Locations[edit | edit source]

  • The Arrow Bamboo Forest: a forest which a welcoming appearance that hides it’s deadly hostility, it was pacified by the arrival of Jiang Yanggu.
  • Cloud Dream Lake:[2] the rainbows seen above the lake are nothing more than the ritual dancing of the Vivid Flying Fishes.
  • Mount Zhaoyao: represented in Timber Gorge (Global Series: Jiang Yanggu & Mu Yanling), it's a forest of stones that reaches the clouds and a land of wondrous treasures and strange animals.
  • Ten Wizards Mountain[2][3]
  • The Northern Mountains: deep in this mountain range, linger the Earth-Origin Yaks, who channel the power of the earth.
  • The Dark Sea of Penglai in the north.[2][4]
  • The Easternmost Valley,[3] the first place Yanggu can remember[2]
  • The Western Seas: near them lies Mount Zhaoyao.
  • The Eternal Divided Realm in the south.[2][4]
  • Mu Yanling's village (ruined by a deluge)[2]
  • Village of the Jiuli Clan,[2] Yanggu's foster clan

Sapient races[edit | edit source]

Other races[edit | edit source]

Notable individuals[edit | edit source]

  • Chiyou, teenage Jiuli-clan fire dancer[2]
  • Jiang Yanggu, a teenage orphan who journeyed to find a legendary elixir to save his village from a waterborne plague[2]
  • Li Shan, nomad and foster father of Yanling, presumed dead[2]
  • Mu Yanling, a water mage orphaned by a deluge, seeking to study time magic to undo her foster father's death[2]
  • Mowu, Jiang Yanggu's sapient dog
  • Yinglong, the Ancestor Dragon

Note[edit | edit source]

While the "Plane of Mountains and Seas" was coined as such on this wiki, it entered canon when it was mentioned in Greg Weisman's 2019 novel War of the Spark: Ravnica (page 172).

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