This plane is a sunny paradise; meadows and pleasant lakes abound, growing green and verdant under a benevolent sun. The surface is covered mostly in teal-green grasses, though there are sparse amounts of bushes and trees. The larger plantlife of Mishway is decidedly peculiar. The bushes often grow into complex geometrical shapes – it is not uncommon to see a field of dodecahedron shaped bushes peeking out between the roots of the larger trees – trees that find their trunks seeming to grow against the laws of phsyics – growing at right angles, or looping, or even growing into tangled knots. The air is mostly calm, and the climate temperate and a little balmy.