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Results 1 to 9 of 9. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. I read somewhere, probably on this forum, that one of these supersedes the other. plana

Spells in Planar Handbook – D&D Tools

So, anyone knows which is which? And, if I read hanbook “good” one, would it still be worth it to get the other one? That said, there’s very little overlap in their content, and IMO Manual of the Planes is more useful, even though most of the monsters in it were updated elsewhere.

Everything you absolutely need to know about Monsters and never thought you needed to ask. Originally Posted by Mithril Leaf. Originally Posted by Rubik. hanrbook


If you see me talking about Shaper Psions, assume that anything not poison immune within d& will be dead. Originally Posted by kardar I was going to PM you about it because I wanted to know, but then you posted it later. Watch out for Necropolitans. Manual of the Planes describes the Planes in much more detail, dedicating entire chapters. Planar Handbook concerns itself more about players in the planes, including different character options, prestige classes, gear, etc.

Classes in Planar Handbook – D&D Tools

Both are cool but I prefer the Manual of the Planes for the writing and overall description of the planes. I was probably going to read them both anyways, but it’s always good to know which one should win if and when they overlap. So thank you very much. Since both have a fair amount of usable content, and both are hella-cool, I’d suggest this: MoP if you’re the DM. Planar Handbook if you’re a player. Ultimately you want them both though.

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You can, but it’s such massive overkill. Just bear in mind that Planar Handbook is tainted by the misbegotten creature that is the unholy scion of a dwarf and a badger. It’s written to be a player race too. The ACFs for the base classes are handy though.


Originally Posted by The Giant. But really, the important lesson here is this: Hqndbook than making assumptions that don’t fit with the text and then complaining about the text being wrong, why not just choose different assumptions that DO fit with the text?

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