Excerpt from "A Dissertation on the Realms," by H.R.M. Thansor.
Chapter 16, introduction. "Vegol, much like Athiseron, falls into a category of realms that are impossible to personally visit. Following Athiseron's discovery (see my previous chapter if uncertain of this event), interest in the realms was redoubled, resulting in thousands of aspiring Realm Mages across the continent attempting to discover new and exciting realms. It is thus that the realm of Vegol was found, deep in a cave in Taninor.
Rather than being time-locked, as many realms are, Vegol is space-locked. It can only be viewed from a single location, though this is possible at any given time. This location happens to be deep in the heart of dwarven territory, who hold no particular love for humans. Though Vegol (the mage that the realm is named after) was imprisoned and sentenced to death, pressure and bribes from Distisil resulted in his release, and the subsequent conditional opening of the mine for anyone willing to pay the entrance fee.
Upon making your way into the mine and reaching the secluded cavern, a simple portal spell may be cast. This will cause a window to open, allowing you to view the mysterious realm. Of course, since this location is landlocked, this means that only one single location in the entirety of the Vegol realm may be viewed. As it happens, this location is the inside of a cave as well. Much study has gone into the rocks that compose this cave, which has quite unequivocally determined that it is another realm, not simply another cave on Calsin. In the years since its discovery, there has seemingly been no movement on the far side, giving rise to countless theories as to what it might contain."