The Feywild is as the world should be, if you talk to an elf. It is nature unfettered, wild, and free. It is a place of unimaginable beauty, strong passions, and dire consequences. The land is infused with magic and only a few of the most expert rangers know its ways. Time passes strangely in these lands, and it is a haven for the Noble Fey and other denizens who wish to remain apart from the world. The plane is coterminous (existing together) with the mortal world in several places – the Hoarfrost, Norwood, and Silverwood. Anyone traveling through these woods, where civilization cannot reach them, can find themselves inadvertently transported to the Feywild. The return trip, however, is not as easy, and it takes a fair amount of magic and power to return to the mortal world – which only a few Fey possess, and these Fey are fickle at best. The price of passage is more often than not, too high. The Feywild is, however, similar in appearance to the mortal realm. Mountains, forests, and rivers exist in the same places, but cities in the mortal realm may only be marked by a clearing or grove in the Feywild.