I'thich, "The-Land-of-Once-and-Forever-Name", [1] was the nezumi term for Yume-do, the Realm of Dreams. [2] [3]

Appearance Edit

Nezumi claimed that I'thich was similar to the real world, sculpting its landscape from the past, present, and future of its visitors. Any wanderings there were always due to the meddling of the Transcendent, the permanent inhabitants of this realm. [4]

Chasing Tomorrow Edit

Those who died in the Realm of Dreams immediately awaken, and faced a terrible fate. Death in I'thich was always a portent of doom and they seldom lived more than a year before meeting a grisly demise in the real world. Only those who turned and met their fates had the slightest chance of survival. They were known as karm'atch-tek, "chasing tomorrow". [4]


  1. Way of the Ratling, p. 129
  2. Way of the Ratling, p. 29
  3. Blood Dawn, Part IX: One Tribe, by Rich Wulf
  4. 4.0 4.1 Way of the Ratling, p. 131

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