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I've read some descriptions where in the D&D Elysium multicolors are the norm, constant varigated rainbows, dapple, mottled, streamers of rich and flashy color across every fiber of different terrain and texture of the land, sky & sea: across the whole plane everywhere & always. Didn't first edition call each plane a different sort of love? Young love, mature love, eternal love, etc.? The 'Empyrean' is the medieval concept of heavenly brightness I think here more suited than the simple fields of the Greek 'elysium', but that's my own take. The nature of its vibrancy reminds me of the description of the returned glory of Narnia in the final book after the battle in the chronicles; each realm after the next is more lively and colorful, and more real in its appearance than the last, richer and fuller. etc. 220.127.116.11 (talk) 13:07, 27 February 2013 (UTC)