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Rabiah the Infinite

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Rabiah the Infinite
Rabiah the Infinite
First seen: Arabian Nights
Last seen: Arabian Nights
Planeswalkers: Taysir
Rabiah Scale: 10by definition, see Rabiah scale
Status: Unknown

Rabiah the Infinite is a collection of one thousand and one originally similar planes, all refracted off of the original Rabiah during the Thousandfold Refraction. The planes have since developed independently of each other. One, known as Dark Rabiah, has been taken over by sinister forces and is as evil a place as even Phyrexia.

Rabiah was the setting for the Arabian Nights expansion, and was based upon the One Thousand and One Nights collection of stories.

Known denizens of Rabiah[edit | edit source]

A variety of characters are connected to the multiverse of Rabiah:

Notable locations[edit | edit source]

Rabiah scale[edit | edit source]

Mark Rosewater stated that Rabiah will likely never be revisited in a Standard-legal set, due to the fact that it is not Wizard's own intellectual property.[2] Continued prompting on this subject led him to create the Rabiah Scale, as a planar equivalent of the Storm Scale, on which Rabiah holds the highest (least likely) rank by definition.[3][4]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Doug Beyer. (September 02, 2009.) “The Planes of Planechase”, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.
  2. Mark Rosewater. (November 26, 2016.) "What /would/ be a 10 on the hypothetical plane equivalent of the Storm Scale? Ulgrotha? Rabiah?", Blogatog, Tumblr.
  3. Mark Rosewater. (November 26, 2016.) "So, the plane storm scale would be the Rabiah Scale, right?", Blogatog, Tumblr.
  4. Mark Rosewater. (November 29, 2016.) "The Rabiah Scale", Blogatog, Tumblr.