Beneath the Borderlands
This spell transports the caster or another person to a destination that the caster knows (at least knowing what it looks like from a picture or a map). Success depends on how well the caster knows the targeted location, as follows:
1. If the caster has only seen the location in a picture or through a map (i.e., his knowledge is not based on direct experience), there is only a 25% chance of success, and failure means death, for the traveler’s soul is lost in the spaces between realities.
2. If the caster has seen but not studied the location, there is a 20% chance of error. If there is an error, there is a 50% chance that the traveler arrives low, 1d10 x10 feet below the intended location (with death resulting from arrival within a solid substance). If the error is high (over the 50% chance for a “low” arrival), the traveler arrives 1d10 x10 ft over the targeted location—probably resulting in a deadly fall.
3. If the caster is well familiar with the location, or has studied it carefully, there is only a 5% chance of error—a 1 in 6 chance of teleporting low, otherwise high. In either case, the arrival is 1d4 x10 ft high or low.