Planescape is an official D&D campaign setting first introduced in Second Edition . The setting centers around exploring an original multiverse. GNU Free Documentation License Most content is available under the GNU FDL. Pages under the OGL are marked as such. Privacy policy · About D&D. Planescape is a campaign setting originally designed by David Cook for AD&D 2nd Edition. As its name . Dungeons & Dragons ( Edition) · Dungeon.

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These are the closest that the Inner Planes have to “Powers,” although no Elemental Lord receives supplicants from other planes all of their followers are already in their plane, and unswervingly faithfuland their influence is limited to their plane and any vortexes portals that are locked open that may touch the Prime Material.

Especially not hte fans. I think the best thing that can be done is come up with a “menu” of planes that can be visited and adventured, work them out one at a time, and soon enough, your will have your own “Manual” of the Planes.

Because of this, Sigil d&c also called ‘The V&d. Sounds like the Plane of Law, although I’m sure I’m wrong. If you can take something, or earn it, you deserve it.


Cutter, on the other hand, actually means someone powerful or knowledgeable about the planes. It doesn’t help that the Cant is both recognizably based on s British Cockney slang, and used without a lot of care – the term “berk”, which the Cant flings about freely as equivalent to the 90s surf-bum’s “Dude”, actually means “cunt” in Cockney, for example.


Ye got da basics o’ da’ chant, but yer a clueless yet, an outsider even. Most people just find it easier to fly, and the place is lousy with hot air balloons. None Post Faction War: The goal is to overcome passion and emotion and achieve the nirvana of True Death.

Please refrain from personal attacks and discriminatory racist, homophobic, transphobic, etc. This also holds true for each of the Paraelemental planes. Factions formed during or after the Faction War: Carceri is italian for ‘prisons’.

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In Second Edition Outer Planes Monstrous Compendium, under the description of the Mediators of Nirvana Mechanusit states that this plane was originally intended for Neutral Powers deities and created by the Powers deities of creation, but each Neutral Deity asserted their individual influence causing it to become unbalanced, then were cast out by the powers of creation.

When you train your body and mind to act as one, you can become one with the Multiverse itself. Entropy is inevitable and divine Alignment: When you train your body and mind to act as one, you can become one with the Multiverse itself Alignment: D&f using this site, you agree to plabescape Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Originally Posted by Optimystik. Before the event known as the Faction Warthe groups controlled the political climate of Sigil. The entire plane is comprised of floating islands of rock–some the size of continents–drifting in an open sky.

You get to kill a guy by arguing him out of existence.

This phenomenon makes Sigil one of the most coveted locations planescapr the multiverse. One of the more famous aspects of the setting is the distinctive artwork of Tony DiTerlizzi you can see some of his art in the gallery section of the article.


The general theme of such complaints tends to focus on how comparatively bland and disinteresting such planes are perceived as being, arguing that they feel more like they were used to mark points off of a checklist than having actual interesting ideas for DMs to explore there, but the Elemental Planes also get attacked for their sheer lethality and perceived emptiness, with critics arguing that they serve little more than the setting’s equivalent of the monster generating pits in Gauntlet.

Originally Posted by krupintupple.

The rest I think we can handle with the help of some old Planescape sourcebooks. I’m fine with that I’m just wondering if diving into the lingo is the best way to get an outsider acquainted with the setting. Portals like those in Sigil exist all over the multiverse, linking distant planes to each other, but the concentration is highest in the Cage. Cry beef on the Lady and the barmies’ll beat us by monkeys!

Over a million words of dialogue. It goes planesccape saying, but these are the most absolutely hostile planes in the entire multiverse to visit.

Terrance, male human priest Sigil Headquarters: And unlike spells, there are no keys to make planezcape items work properly. They are not truly divine Alignment: The multiverse is a forge, and each life is a test.