D&D 5E I think Elspeth just ended up in the Forgotten Realms.


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Thank you! I have updated it a little bit since I posted that, but that is still the basic idea.

Far March of the Marchine and MOM: Aftermath your likely going to have to update it again.

Speaking of MOM and Aftermath, I wonder what the policy will be on dmsguild content for these events given they effect Theros, Ravnica, Strixhaven, and possibly the Forgotten Realms.
 

They've already slipped references to planeswalkers into DnD, specifically the gnome artificer Vi who was, I believe, a creation of Jeremy Crawford so not one of the current planeswalkers specifically in MtG. She was in the PAX dnd games and is mentioned in a sidebar in the artificer description in the Eberron book.

Yeah they been testing the Waters for years now, the AFR cross-over adventure between FR and Ravnica, Vi, Ellywick Tumblstrum, publishing MtG settings for D&D and FR for MtG sets, Tarkir, Theros, and Ravnican references in Fizban's Treasury of Dragon and most likely in Bigsby's Book of Giants. No major freakouts at the idea and no backlash on the scale of the OGL scandal, not even close.
 

Maybe this a little off-topic comment, but we should remember M:tG is not limited to only medieval fantasy. This means planewalkers could visit worlds with modern technology.

It would be really funny if the team of writters by WotC after months or even years working in the plot of a really good epic story style "DC: crisis on infinite earths" altering the M:tG+D&D multiverse.... then an acquisition or merger between Hasbro and other company caused new IPs/franchises added to the previous multiverse and forcing a new reboot.
 



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Yeah they been testing the Waters for years now, the AFR cross-over adventure between FR and Ravnica, Vi, Ellywick Tumblstrum, publishing MtG settings for D&D and FR for MtG sets, Tarkir, Theros, and Ravnican references in Fizban's Treasury of Dragon and most likely in Bigsby's Book of Giants. No major freakouts at the idea and no backlash on the scale of the OGL scandal, not even close.
You know what, it's true that there hasn't ever really been an overwhelming freakout over the merger of the metasettings being on the table. Not everyone likes it, and most l8kely don't care.
 


Maybe this a little off-topic comment, but we should remember M:tG is not limited to only medieval fantasy. This means planewalkers could visit worlds with modern technology.

Shout out for Neon Dynasty.

 


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I think it was the latest invasion event by the Phyrexian machines. It was a sad moment for me because, at least the last time I checked it, they'd turned one of my favourite planeswalkers (Ajani) into a Phyrexian sleeper agent or something.
They're doing time travel Shennanigans, that's a Death of Superman gambit.
 


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Not sure that's wise. Last time they messed around with time, a bunch of planeswalkers had to sacrifice their sparks to close a bunch of rifts which ended up making planeswalkers as a whole less powerful.
I mean, probably not: my impression as someone not too bought into the Magic metaplot is that "not sure that's wise" could be their design philosophy motto.

Love the world building and rhe game, but the plot is ludicrous.
 



Yeah, that's accurate. I'm getting the vibe that they are building to a new status quo wipe soon with these events.

I think the only time travel stuff in MOM will be to finally restore Tefari's homeland to regular Dominaria time, so it's not out of phase and they can have their Wakanda moment/reinforcements moment on Dominaria.

I think what will stop the Phyrexians is Elpeth turns the Sylex from an explosive into a Halo bumb, pouring halo into it instead of negative emotions, which instead of blowing things up, purifies all or almost all Phyrexian Oil from the multiverse. After she gets back from FR.
 

I remember the old AD&D had got some monsters like the Phyrexians, the alien mechanical horrors known as "sheens", appeared in Dragon Magazine. These are perfect as antagonists in a D&D/Transformers crossover. (Is anybody working for Hasbro reading this?), and also for other crossovers with no-fantasy franchises.

If Phyrexians tried to invade Mechanus, the plane of Law, they would create accidentally a demiplane in the middle between Mechanus and Acheron. They could be interesting enemies in some Asian-style videogame, one of those where PCs have to destroy animated-statues-style alien monsters.
 

I remember the old AD&D had got some monsters like the Phyrexians, the alien mechanical horrors known as "sheens", appeared in Dragon Magazine. These are perfect as antagonists in a D&D/Transformers crossover. (Is anybody working for Hasbro reading this?), and also for other crossovers with no-fantasy franchises.

If Phyrexians tried to invade Mechanus, the plane of Law, they would create accidentally a demiplane in the middle between Mechanus and Acheron. They could be interesting enemies in some Asian-style videogame, one of those where PCs have to destroy animated-statues-style alien monsters.

Charlie Sheen is an Alien Mechanical Horror, it explains so much!/jk
 

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