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The Lost

Children of all races
Idealized realm of childhood innocence
Source: The Great Beyond, pg(s). 53
For another meaning of "Lost", please see Lost (shade).

The Lost is a demiplane home to children of countless ancestries who never age. The realm adapts itself to the childhood fantasies of its inhabitants and visitors, always appearing as places of nostalgic remembrance, especially if those places have ceased to be. These visions always impart a strong desire to remain and draw deeper into this pocket realm.1

The children found there speak of a benevolent figure known as either the Grandfather or Grandmother, varying by the child; this figure is never seen by visitors but vividly described by the demiplane's children. Some children have spoken to visitors about a period "before they were children again" or "before they handed away their burden", the meaning of which is not yet known.1


  1. 1.0 1.1 Amber Stewart. “Other Dimensions” in The Great Beyond, A Guide to the Multiverse, 53. Paizo Inc., 2009