Planescape: Adventures in the Multiverse - D&D 5e Campaign ALTERNATE COVER from Wizards of the Coast
CREATE YOUR OWN PLANES-HOPPING ADVENTURER.
Planescape: Adventures in the Multiverse comes with a plethora of unconventional new player options. Choose from 2 new backgrounds: will you be a gate warden influenced by mysterious planar forces, or a planar philosopher who pursues the hidden truths of the multiverse? Channel planar energies with 7 otherworldly feats, experiment with intriguing magic spells, and draw inspiration from Sigil’s 12 ascendant factions, each with distinct cosmic ideologies.
INFINITE REALMS. INFINITE STORYTELLING.
Bursting with multiversal flavor, this campaign collection contains limitless storytelling inspiration. Dungeon Masters will find everything they need to run grand adventures, including adventure hooks, idiosyncratic locations, and multiversal calamities. With a random encounter table and over 50 unusual creatures, planar pandemonium is just a roll of the dice away.
WARP THROUGH A WEIRD AND WONDERFUL WORLD.
Immerse yourself in the backstage of reality, using Sigil, the City of Doors, as a gateway to explore the surreal landscape of the Outlands. Explore with a double-sided poster map of Sigil and the Outlands, which serve as both adventure locations and springboards to adventures across the multiverse. The possibilities – just like the realms – are endless.
• Sigil and the Outlands (96-page hardcover setting book)—Includes planar character options, details on the fantastic City of Doors, descriptions of the Outlands and the gate-towns that lead to the Outer Planes, and more
• Turn of Fortune’s Wheel (96-page hardcover adventure)—An adventure set in Sigil and the Outlands designed for characters levels 3–10 with a jump to level 17
• Morte’s Planar Parade (64-page hardcover bestiary)—Presents game statistics and descriptions for inhabitants of the Outer Planes, including planar incarnates, hierarch modrons, and time dragons
• Poster Map—Double-sided poster map of Sigil and the Outlands, which can serve as both adventure locations and springboards to adventures across the multiverse
• DM Screen—Sturdy, four-panel Dungeon Master’s screen with art showcasing the Planescape setting