A bunch of the more frustrating things in this book seem to come from this impulse of either wanting it both ways or just not even being able to be consistent in tone/approach. They edge Jander on up, yet at the same time change Van Richten and the Foxgrove Twins in the way they do. There's no seeming rhyme or reason to it.

Wanting to treat characters and organizations as moving between the domains in an interconnected way, yet basically sundering the idea of connections between the domains otherwise (again, not even a demiplane of its own anymore, let alone a world), feels badly...