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  1. Removing the Prime Material does clean up all of those messy cosmology maps. I’m also fond of the idea that world jumping just means going to a different world where space is made up of something else. Welcome to this habitable pocket in the plane of fire… the skies are constantly lit up with flames but otherwise there you go.

  2. Are there cosmologies that have an Earthlike PMP, with space and stars and stuff? I thought everyone ran into “Wait, what happens when we apply Walls of Force to deorbiting space debris?” and rapidly fluffed things up.

    Besides, I like the alternate explanation that the Prime Material Plane is like the other planes. It’s endless, too; it’s flat, and like in Minecraft, you can walk (or swim, or climb mountains as necessary) in any direction, and find more PMP, with (eventually) more people, more adventures, and giant swathes of ruined or burnt-out areas haunted by plagues or undead or sun-tolerant continent-sized green slime colonies.

    And I don’t think the Elemental Plane of Vacuum has interstellar hydrogen or background microwave radiation. So nyah.

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