Breach Chamber is one of the few dimensions that is nothing but interior space. A large room filled with warm light, with beautiful detailed inlays in the floor, walls and ceiling, Breach Chamber has been turned into dungeons, torture chambers, the occasional casino and multiple libraries as well as houses and apartments. The picture above is from one of the first Breach Chamber dimensions I ever toured once I learned how to hop the Atlantic, by Dragondancer@Zaviel EU, Elegance Art Gallery.
With a tier 5 item limit of 1000 pieces, Breach Chamber, for me, is also one of the rare dimensions that this number almost seems too high. Of the Breach Chambers I toured preparing for this article, only a few were upgraded beyond the tier 4 limit of 500 pieces, and the vast majority didn’t even use that many items, even as the dimensions seemed full, well thought-out and cohesive.
What really surprised me when touring numerous Breach Chambers today (overall, I looked at more than twenty of them, over numerous shards) was the number of transformations I saw, turning this interior space into exterior spaces or caved-in nooks. One thing that depressed me was the number of Breach Chambers I zoned in to that were empty, as if their owners bought the dimension and then found themselves not quite knowing what to do with it. I found myself in that predicament when I bought one on Baradara, and now it sits with the rest of my inactive keys, but Feendish has hers active (and empty, while I try to work out a design) and after seeing these, I may just have found some inspiration. I particularly liked Lylouh: Forêt Constantine, by Delinia@Brisesol EU, that was completed in 489 items.
There are many, many more fantastic Breach Chambers out there to see, and many more yet to come.