D&D 5E Monte Cook Games Announces "Path of the Planebreaker" for 5E

Monte Cook Games has announced a new 5E supplement book: Path of the Planebreaker! It describes new planes, creatures, races, subclasses, feats, and spells for D&D 5th Edition.

Monte Cook is no stranger to D&D plane-based material. He not only produced Beyond Countless Doorways for D&D 3E, but also wrote numerous Planescape supplements for TSR.

Path of the Planebreaker hits Kickstarter in October.


Path of the Planebreaker is a sourcebook that brings the wonders, terrors, mysteries, and treasures of new, alternate worlds—plus the inexplicable Planebreaker, an ever-travelling moon—to 5th edition players and GMs. It includes:

Dozens of brand-new planes to explore and adventure in
A bestiary of planar creatures
Playable planar species for PCs
New planar class options for players including new subclasses
Exciting new feats and spells to help you explore these new planes
This gorgeously illustrated 192-page hardcover sourcebook gives you everything you need to add whole new dimensions to your 5e game.

Path of the Planebreaker is by legendary RPG designers Bruce R. Cordell, Sean K Reynolds, and Monte Cook. All three are well known for their work on D&D—across four editions—as well as titles such as Planescape, Arcana Evolved, Pathfinder, HeroClix, Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil, Ptolus, Numenera, the Cypher System, Invisible Sun, and so much more.

Don’t miss the Kickstarter this October—sign up to find out as soon as the Kickstarter launches! We’ll let you know when the project is live so you can download a free preview of Path of the Planebreaker.
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They looked inside my brain and are writing the exact content I need for my current campaigns. It's kinda scary how telepathic this is.

Here’s where I enjoy Enworld and Russ’ for at for their kickstarters…ie as soon as the Kickstarter is over, you get the pdf almost immediately. I’m betting this is a October 2022 delivery date as a guess.

Tsuga C

Trying to reprise something so rich in depth and character as was Planescape is a dicey proposition at best. Grognards like myself who were there at the gaming table when Planescape was an ongoing phenomenon are not inclined to be very forgiving, so I genuinely hope they don't foul this up.

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