Planescape–Dungeons & Dragons brings celebrated campaign to the 5th Edition

In one month Wizards of the Coast is bringing Planescape to Dungeons & Dragons′ 5th Edition for the first time, and the eagerly-awaited adventures will be heading to you in a big way.  Now available for pre-order here at Amazon, Planescape: Adventures in the Multiverse–Return to Sigil is a three-volume collection promising all-new player options, a thrilling adventure that explores a plot to unravel reality, and a bestiary of curious creatures from all over the multiverse.

The boxed set includes a poster map of Sigil and the Outlands, and a Dungeon Master’s screen–it’s a great way to dive in–or dive back in to your next multiverse journey.

What’s Next?

An adventure setting spanning the infinite realities of the world’s greatest roleplaying game.  Infinite realms of immortals and impossibilities, the Outer Planes brim with celestials, fiends, gods, and the dead—and they’re all just a step away.  Enter a portal to Sigil, the City of Doors—an incredible metropolis where portals connect to every corner of the multiverse.  From there, venture to the Outlands, the hub of the Outer Planes, and discover wonders beyond imagination, as well as the secrets of celestials, fiends, gods, and the dead.

Planescape: Adventures in the Multiverse contains everything a Dungeon Master needs to run adventures and campaigns set in Sigil and the Outlands, as well as new options for players who want to create characters prepared to explore the planes.

What’s in the Box?

  • 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

That’s a big win in a year that has already seen the releases of Adventures coming this year include Bigby Presents: Glory of the Giants (reviewed here), Phandelver and Below: The Shattered Obelisk (reviewed here), and following the release of Planescape: Adventures in the Multiverse–Return to Sigil next month, The Deck of Many Things.

It’s only a month away.  Planescape: Adventures in the Multiverse–Return to Sigil is available for pre-order here at Amazon, or order it at your local game shop.

Keep coming back to borg for reviews and previews of D&D content all year long!

C.J. Bunce / Editor / borg

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