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Ulgrotha

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Ulgrotha
Ulgrotha
First seen: Homelands
Last seen: Homelands
Planeswalkers: Daria, Ravi, Sandruu
Rabiah Scale: 9[1]
Status: Unknown

Ulgrotha, whose name means "Garden", was a small backwater plane, far from Dominaria, sometimes called the "Homelands" by its inhabitants. Ulgrotha was the setting for the Homelands expansion.

History[edit | edit source]

Ulgrotha's leylines were destroyed ages ago when Ravi rang the Apocalypse Chime, causing the Great Destruction and ending the Great War between the Tolgath and the Ancients.

Serra and Feroz tended this plane for some time as its guardians. Feroz, Serra's love, cast a magical barrier over the world to guard it from further despoil at the hands of wizards. Later Feroz died, and Serra left the plane in sadness. The countries of Ulgrotha then fell to inner conflict and Baron Sengir used this to tighten his grasp of fear over the plane.

Planar portal[edit | edit source]

Ulgrotha has at least one planar portal, which is located in the abandoned dwarven city under Castle Sengir. Where it leads is unknown, although we do know that Ulgrotha's dwarf population emigrated from beyond it.

Notable locations[edit | edit source]

The Citizenship of Aysen[edit | edit source]

The Floating Isle[edit | edit source]

The Dark Barony[edit | edit source]

Koskun Mountains[edit | edit source]

The Great Wood[edit | edit source]

The Dead Zone[edit | edit source]

Inhabitants[edit | edit source]

Races known to inhabit Ulgrotha include the humans of Aysen and An-Havva, dwarves (both mountain-dwellers and sea clans), the Anaba minotaurs, Autumn Willow's faeries, the goblins of Koskun, Baron Sengir's vampires, and sea trolls. Orcs once lived on Ulgrotha, but are now extinct.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Mark Rosewater. (November 29, 2016.) "The Rabiah Scale", Blogatog, Tumblr.

Gallery[edit | edit source]