Just letting everyone know, I’ve made an update to one of my initial works for DM’s Guild, a Planar Grimoire! The following spells inspired by the Eberron setting, and also given a somewhat spooky Halloween vibe! The following spells have been added:
- Augment Natural Weapon
- Dream Lock
- Essence of the Living
- Healing Light of Irian
- Intensive Repair
- Repair Damage
- Silverflame Smite
- Sporadic Shapeshifting
Since I made my post on Eladrin, I wanted to do another thing or two. For starters, I thought the Lilend from Tales of the Infinite Staircase were pretty cool, so I wanted to bring them back. Also, I pondered about a thematic spell to add to my planar spellbook. This being “Arborean Liberation” (to keep up with the theme of some of the other spells).
You can view A Planar Grimoire here and Defenders of Arborea: The Eladrin here.
Greetings, goblins and ghouls. I added a small handful of spells to my Planar Grimoire document. It’s a heaping helping of darker spells throughout the multiverse, as detailed below. Enjoy.
- Jutting Bones – Conjure bones from the ground to pierce foes
- Sylvan Soul – Sample an aspect of the fair folk for a brief moment
- Psychic Projectile – Reach into the Far Realm and pull out some power to hurl at a foe!
- Rolling Skull Army – An entourage of skulls come from seemingly nowhere and slam into all in their way
- Abyssal Kiss – You blow a deadly kiss to a foe, possibly destroying their very soul
- Visions from the Stars – Everyone around you sees a horrific vision from the cosmic depths
- Shadow King’s Drain – A draining magical effect, crafted by a dreadful lich
Also, I tied up some loose ends. I dunno why this one stumped me!
- Detect Portals – Does what it says on the tin! Admittedly, I had a similar idea to the Horizon Walker Ranger. The only difference was involving size and distance.
Pardon the somewhat inconsistency in my posts. I’ve been trying to revise old work while work on some personal projects I hoped to get out on the web (like this one), while balancing a stressful work life and home life. But I digress, I was never too happy with my original planar spells posts. Some were blatant rip-offs of previously existing D&D spells, while others were just poorly worded. So, I did a fair bit of clean up while making some other not-so-subtle homages! But, no matter, here’s over 15 pages of extraplanar goodness for your 5E Spellcasters! Enjoy.
A Planar Grimoire is Pay-What-You-Want, you may find it here.
Memes. They’re garbage. But, we love them… for some reason. Sometimes such ideas spread so fast, as per the theory that named them, that they reach other planes. Such planar scholars witness these cross-dimensional ideas and sculpt them into something else entirely. And thus, new spells are created from what started as a simple idea! These mad sages have provided four of their latest creations.
Author’s Note: Sure, I’ve done stuff like this in the past… But, why did I do this? Also, these spells are likely unbalanced, as they were made as spur of the moment jokes.
“One foot in the grave, the other in Hell.”
The powers of the planes return once more for eager mages and priests to study and learn once more! This list continues my previous post, allowing a full spell list of over 30 new spells scouring countless planes and planar powers alike. Best get out your art craftin’ books, basher! It’s time for a multiverse cram session!
CHECK OUT THE UPDATED SPELLS VIA “A PLANAR GRIMOIRE“
Of course I’ll teach you my magical knowledge… after you take care of some tasks for me…
The planes holds countless secrets, countless beings, and countless magicks! Some are willing to share their knowledge with the multiverse, while others keep their secrets and will keep to protect them; extraplanar forces are no exception. For those lucky enough, the powers of the cosmos begin to fall into their hands. Their ideals grow stronger as the planes begin to change alongside them. At the very least, their ideals shape into new spells, crafted from distant points of reality.