D&D 5E Planescape 5e - everything we know & some speculation


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Astral dragons (M:tG and D&D)

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Chaos Dragon (M:tG and D&D).
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Do you imagine the "reality glitchs" used as excuse for intercompany crossovers? For example they PCs are exploring an infernal plane, and suddenly they listen a lot of shots and explosions, and when they try to investigate they discover.... the doom slayer! (Yes, the one from the famous videogame saga). Or some monster from Blizzard's videogame Diablo.

* Could spikers from 3.5 Planar Handbook to become a tielfling variant?

The mephlings should return.

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The retouch for the nathri is their "beards" can work as "poisonous jaws".

The quom from 4 Ed should be recovered for 5E.

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Quickleaf

Legend
Is that important? Honest question, I have no idea how that relates to what we get in D&D products
Magic the Gathering now has crossover sets – e.g. they just did one for Middle Earth. There was a crossover set called Adventures in the Forgotten Realms that includes D&D creatures, characters, and places. The Chaos Dragon is from that set. So is the Astral Dragon (which was published for 5e in the Spelljammer book).
 



the Jester

Legend
There ethergaunts were too interesting to fall into the oblivion...

The kaorti also have got an wasted potential as grimm antagonists...

And the nerras from the plane of the mirror. These are perfect if you wanted to write a D&D creepypasta story. Something like the horror movie "Mirrors" with Kiefer Sutherland.
And some more.

Note that each type is under the first letter of that type (e.g. "Red Ethergaunt" is under R).
 

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Magic the Gathering now has crossover sets – e.g. they just did one for Middle Earth. There was a crossover set called Adventures in the Forgotten Realms that includes D&D creatures, characters, and places. The Chaos Dragon is from that set. So is the Astral Dragon (which was published for 5e in the Spelljammer book).

Actually the Chaos Dragon was from the Commander Decks linked to AFR, but they are not apart of AFR, they have their own expansion AFC, because AFC cards unlike AFR were not legal in Standard or Alchemy or Historic or Modern or Pioneer, unlike AFR cards and the Astral Dragon was from the Commander Legends: Battle For Baldur's Gate (whose existance I guess before anyone else) Commander Decks, athough they are concider apart of CLB because they are all targeted towards commander and legal in the same formats as the rest of CLB.
 



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