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!
- Angel Bloodline
- Astral Deva Bloondline
- Guardinal Bloodline
- Eladrin Bloodline
- Basic Inner Planes (Fire, Air, Water, Earth)
- Hybrid Elemental Planes (Ooze, Magma, Ice, Smoke)
- Positive and Negative Planes (as well as their variants)
- 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)
… How much jink do ya have on your threads n purse there? I’m more astonished and worried at this point, but it gives me a warmness to see you chose me as a tout for so long! Now, there are other kinda of planar bloods out there! I didn’t really leave ’em out, I was just gathering a bit of information in the meantime. But, don’t worry, you come for the penned know-how, I provide at a premium! So, what barmies ya wanna learn about today, eh?
Author’s Note: Who would have thought this would be popular? Anyway, I wanna tackle even more options, including sub-races for other races to give some Tiefling and whatnot flair! This includes half-orcs/orcs, elves and then some! Also, by this point, the cat’s probably out of the bag. These are all playtest bits right here. My ulterior motive is for a DM’s Guild work in celebration of Planescape. Or at least, that’s the plan. Barring that, I’ll keep working on these, either releasing them as generic content and leaving them up here for all prying eyes to gaze upon! (At least till a revision post pops up!)
While not fallen knights, these are holy warriors who have fallen on hard times none the less. Certain orders of the paladin are not seen as the high and mighty crusaders of justice and good, but a necessity for dealing with evil… while preventing troubles members from falling themselves. Many of the more righteous minded are uncomfortable around such types, as they tend to be far more dour, jaded and even looking they have the life taken out of them.
For many their path is seen as one of ultimate damnation, getting too close to that which they fight… or at the very least, losing sight of what’s worth fighting for. Among their darker orders, they are the realists, the last line of defense, those who know too much about their enemy and the like. Only a fool would turn down the aid of a dark oath member. These crusaders are typically infiltrators, veterans, lore keepers and specialists against specific threats. This of course assumes that suspicion doesn’t lead to their banning or worse.
Author’s Note: While these sub-classes are meant to be neutral/anti-heroes, they could be twisted into alternative options for Fallen/Oath Breaker Paladins. All in all, I wanted these sub-classes to convey an almost gothic theme, alongside other inspirations. Furthermore, I really wanted to experiment with these sub-classes, totally overhauling my original ideas for the “Oath of Blasphemy” and the “Oath of the Cynic”. However, these sub-classes could easily fit vibes like Mythos Cultists, Instruments of Chaos and Trickery (i.e. Loki, Tzeentch, Cyric), Corrupt Clergymen, Fanatical Crusaders, agents of the Shadowfell or even servants of a less malicious God of Death (i.e. Wee Jas, The Raven Queen, Kelemvor, Anubis, etc).
To top off my fey theme for the months of February and March, I thought I’d compile a list of resources from my blog!
Author’s Note: This post will be updated periodically as more options are made available. Also, once it is readily available, please consider supporting my forthcoming work (including a possible bundle on the fey) via the DM’s Guild!
Races: Avian, The Fair Folk (original “Wyldfae” found here), Foxfolk/Kitsune, Yaksha (Dwarf Sub-Race)
Class Options: Circle of the Faerie Grove (Druid), College of the Piper (Bard), Sylvan Bloodline (Sorcerer)
Backgrounds: Arcadian Scholar, Charmer, Lost One, Sylvan Emissary
Spells: Black Barbed Curse, Black Barbed Shield, Black Barbed Transformation
Other Player Options: Fox Magick (Foxfolk Feat)
Monsters: Ælfr, Baba Yaga (and her Dancing Hut), Dream Thieves (Vampiric Fey), Divine Atrocity, Elder Hag, Faerie Goblin, Kitsune, Leprechaun, Lord of Goblins (Goblin King), Matabiri, Skin Hag (Boo Hag), Yaksha
Magic Items/Artifacts: Bottle of Dream Salve, Cold Iron Arrow, Gazing Glass of the Traveling Hag, Gem of Druidic Knowledge, Morphic Armor, Ring of the Spirit Hunter, Root Club, Staff of the Grand Courts, The Dancing Hut
Made by Doctor Necrotic, for Doctor Necrotic Media.
Art Credit: A Glimpse of the Fairies – Charles Hutton Lear