Monsters of the Elements: Creatures of the Inner Planes

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The Inner Planes provides a host of habitats, sites and niches; all teaming with all means of elemental lifeforms… and not-so-lifeforms.  These creatures exist to feed, fight and survive in their respect realms; some on a level more intelligent than others.  Among these more intelligent organisms, alien parallels to society exist within their respective home planes; drawn from the motifs and energies of the equally respective plane.  Some thrive from mixtures of the elements; some are new creations, while emerge from calamities that clear the way for something new.  From what I understand, natural scholars refer to this as a “secondary succession” of sorts.

Author’s Note: I wanted to do a fair number of things, since it’s been a while.  I haven’t done much in terms of mechanics, even beyond D&D 5th Edition and onto other games.  I’ve been rereading Cyberpunk 2020, in part because it somehow feels more relevant in some ways than it did all those years ago.  Granted, there’s enough 3rd party and custom stuff from a 25 Yr.+ range to never warrant me making my own things.  Anyway, I’d rather keep these little blips pertaining to the page itself rather than personal gripes and issues.

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Ramon’s Guide to Positive Energy Planes

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We have discussed all of this talk about fusion planes, however we have neglected two very influential and prominent parts of the Inner Planes, the Positive and Negative planes; forces of literal life and death.  And, as you’d expect, they too have their own alterations of the various planes beyond.  Travel forth if you dare, to witness lively and deathly versions of the elemental planes you know so well.

Author’s Note: I had to push things back.  I was gonna do a huge list of elemental things, and probably have a bunch of monsters by now.  But, I haven’t had the extra energy in me.  Plus, I’ve already referenced plenty of canon and custom monsters in previous posts, so that helps.  At the very least, with this one finished, I can create a bunch of cool elemental/inner planes themed monsters!  My own Planescape Monstrous Appendix III of sorts, if you will!  One last note, I have Negative Energy stuff split off into another post too.  Don’t worry, I’ll pop up a few days later.  I just needed to break things up…  It might prove to be a better format, to be honest.  And as always, classical and popular culture are mined and bastardized for idea fodder.

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Planetouched: More Options for the Aasimar, Genasi, Tiefling and Others

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I loves me some Planescape and I wanna make sure my creations get out there to an audience who loves it just as much!  So, here’s a look at what my three posts have to offer!  Part of this is to help drum up interest in a revival for one of my favorite settings and prove that planar versions of these races are still viable in the modern era of D&D!  Please, take a look and help to spread the word!

Aasimar:

  • Angel Bloodline
  • Astral Deva Bloondline
  • Guardinal Bloodline
  • Eladrin Bloodline

Genasi:

  • Basic Inner Planes (Fire, Air, Water, Earth)
  • Hybrid Elemental Planes (Ooze, Magma, Ice, Smoke)
  • Positive and Negative Planes (as well as their variants)

Tiefling:

  • Various Devils and Infernals (including variants of the PHB)
  • Demonic Bloodlines
  • Daemon/Yugoloth Bloodlines
  • Other Fiends/Lower Planes related creatures

Other Race Variants:

  • Celadrin (Elf)
  • Fey-Ri (Elf)
  • Tanarukk (Half-Orc)
  • D’hin’ni (Halfling)
  • Azer-Blood (Dwarf)

 

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July 2017 RPG Blog Carnival – Mutant Monsters

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They shouldn’t have existed, mistakes of nature and mistakes of humanity!  These abominations were the accidents as a result of careless experiments and deadly warfare.  And the result?  Worse than we could have ever feared.  Confused, angry, resentful, hateful!  These things seek to destroy both their creators and the world around them.  Much like the forces that spawned them, destruction is usually their goal.  But, these creatures are no villains, but the consequences of arrogance, apathy, discrimination and violence.

Author’s Note: As a continuation of my theme, here’s a plethora of horrible mutants and mad experiments.  While much of it is revisiting old monsters, there’s a good amount of new goodies to toss into your wastelands, super secret labs and other such locations.
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