Mimir Chant is all very Well, but...
Sometimes it's nice to have a papery version to read at your leisure, eh? Well, brave cutters have printed out the whole of the chant of the Mimirs (at the last count, it came to over 1000 pages, and that was in 1998) -- that's as hard to do as a modron crossword -- but the only way until now. Thanks to the generous planewalker Francois Mersch, who has dutifully recorded the chant from many of the Mimirs, there are now downloadable (and better still, printable) mimir.netbooks for you to beg, borrow or steal. Many of the larger sections of the site are now covered, and more are planned...
Ash, The Plane of v1.0, Last modified 9/9/99
Brix's Guide to Sigil v1.0, Last modified 21/9/99
Cant Dictionary v1.0, Last modified 28/2/00
Dust, The Plane of v1.0, Last modified 9/9/99
Factions of Sigil v1.0, Last modified 9/9/99
Microsoft Word 97 format, zipped (factions.zip) or stuffed (factions.sit). 376K
Mapping the Infinite v1.0, Last modified 19/9/99
Microsoft Word 97 format, zipped (mapinfinity.zip) or stuffed (mapinfinity.sit). 404K
Mechanus v1.0, Last modified 9/9/99
Microsoft Word 97 format, zipped (mechanus.zip) or stuffed (mechanus.sit). 380K
Musée Arcane v1.0, Last modified 21/9/99
Outlands v1.0, Last modified 9/9/99
Microsoft Word 97 format, zipped (outlands.zip) or stuffed (outlands.sit). 280K
Planar Pathways v1.0, Last modified 9/9/99
Microsoft Word 97 format, zipped (pathways.zip) or stuffed (pathways.sit). 304K
Monstrous Compendium, Mimir.Net Appendix v1.0, Last modified 9/9/99
Sects of the Planes v1.0, Last modified 9/9/99
PDF format files, please visit the SIGIS PDF downloads page here.
The truly Herculean task of editing several years' worth of creative output from the Planescape Mailing List has been undertaken by the heroic Francois Mersch. Here, then, are the edited highlights of selected years of the Planescape List...no chaff, no spam, no off-topic nonsense, just great Planescape discussion and content. All files are in Microsoft Word format.
Based on Ken Lipka's Sigil Calendar (q.v.), Cliff Brannon has made a printable PDF version showing the days, months and special calendar days (philcal.pdf). 32K. There's also a less-detailed version for players to use (philcalplayers.pdf) 40K.
City of Blood and Darkness
A forty player Planescape live action roleplay game, set in the fiendish city of Ribcage, by James O'Rance (cityofblood.zip) or stuffed (cityofblood.sit). 852K
The Door to Everywhere
A sixty player Planescape live action roleplay game by James O'Rance set in Sigil and involving many old favourite plots from Uncaged. (everywhere.zip) or stuffed (everywhere.sit). 1,500K
The actual Planescape font used for logos, both Heavy and Light versions, zipped TTF for the PC (exocet.zip) or stuffed truetype for the Mac (exocet.sit). 42K
A great little MS-DOS program that generates random hordlings for you! Written by Arieh Stolar (hordling.zip). 12K
A forty player Planescape live action roleplay game by James O'Rance in which players portray the powers themselves! (immortal.zip) or stuffed (immortal.sit). 480K
Maps: Planar Basics
Planar maps to explain The Way Things Are to players who clearly don't have a clue! As well as the relationship between the Outer and Inner Planes, some key terms are explained too in this great little resource by Rachel Reeve. (planemaps.pdf). 100K
Metal Graphics v1.0, Last modified 9/9/99
GIFs and JPGs of the metallic graphics made by Jeremiah Golden, used on the Mimir, now freely available for all Planescape SItes to use, zipped (metalbits.zip) or stuffed (metalbits.sit). 284K
Planescape Character Sheets I
Created by Cliff Brannon, these PDF format sheets are generic for all characters, with a large section for spells and psionic powers. (pscharsheet.pdf) 64K
Planescape Character Sheets II
Created by Jans Carton and Michael Krider -- please email firstname.lastname@example.org with feedback or requests for more classes, not Jon, please! Available: generic sheet, cleric, and thief in PDF format with and without embedded ExocetHeavy font, and also the original Freehand 8 (Mac) files for adventurous souls who want to alter the sheets...
Planescape Netbook 1995
The original, now-antique-by-web-standards Planescape Net Book, edited by David Goehrig (Electric Monk/Randir) before the Mimir was even a twinkle in Jon's eye, and before most of the planes were covered by TSR in official books -- inconsistencies are to be expected. Contributions from Goth, Eliav Eini and Scott Kelly (of SIGIS fame). ASCII text file, no frills! (psnetbook.zip) or stuffed (psnetbook.sit). 48K
Rapture - A Planescape Adventure
A fantastic adventure by Greg Jensen, in PDF format and made to look rather stunningly like one of TSR's printed modules. For your convenience, the cover and back pages are separate from the main text of the adventure so you can download them separately.
The Planescapey font best for screen displays, zipped TTF for the PC (visitation.zip) or stuffed truetype for the Mac (visitation.sit). 34K
These mimir.netbooks are very much works in progress. If you find mistakes or have suggestions, or offers of artwork, please contact us:
(If you have anything cool
you'd like to distribute via the Mimir,
Thanks to Francois Mersch for
compiling the mimir.netbooks,
Copyright remains with individual authors, and Jon Winter where no author is specified. Please do not redistribute mimir.netbooks -- the latest versions will always be available here -- send this URL instead: http://mimir.net/files.