The world of the Balance Arc is filled with many fantastical and, occasionally, strange places.
Bureau of Balance Edit
- Main article: Bureau of Balance
The main HQ of the Bureau of Balance.
Chaos Stadium Edit
- Main article: Chaos Stadium
The venue for Fantasy Wrestlemania.
Chug N Squeeze Edit
- Main article: Chug N Squeeze
A wine and pottery shop located in the Bureau of Balance HQ.
Fantasy Costco Edit
- Main article: Fantasy Costco
An independent retail store stocked with magical items and run by Garfield the Deals Warlock.
- Main article: Goldcliff
A beautiful and scenic city filled with mostly wealthy people.
- Main article: Phandalin
A once-prosperous human village located to the southeast of Neverwinter. Is now just a black, glass circle after the Tres Horny Boys were done with it.
- Main article: Refuge
A small, rustic town reminiscent of the Old West located in the Woven Gulch.
- Main article: Rockport
A city of industry filled entirely with Tom Bodetts.
- Main article: Tesseralia
One of the oldest civilizations on the 30th world encountered by the Red Robes.
The Animal Kingdom Edit
- Main article: The Animal Kingdom
A plane devoid of humans and entirely occupied by herbivore animals, even common carnivore species such as wolves are herbivores in this plane.
The Eternal Stockade Edit
- Main article: The Eternal Stockade
A prison for souls who conspire to escape the astral plane
The Mushroom Kingdom Edit
- Main article: The Mushroom Kingdom
A plane that is approximately 80% covered in gigantic bioluminescent mushrooms that glow in bright neon hues at night and emit thick clouds of spores that are lethal if inhaled.
Wave Echo Cave Edit
- Main article: Wave Echo Cave
A cave hidden among the Sword Mountains near Phandalin, and the place where the Phoenix Fire Gauntlet was originally kept.
- Main article: Wonderland
A building located in the Felicity Wilds that was used to trap adventurers and collect their suffering.
Woven Gulch Edit
- Main article: Woven Gulch
An arid canyon land, located beyond Phandalin, Rockport, and Goldcliff, that is made up mostly of red clay.