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The landscape of Dreams is also described, with rules for adventuring inside of dreams. Known divine residences are listed, as are a few structures a traveler may bump into by mistake. I am just now reading my POD copy of it. It is fascinating, so far. I like the idea of the 3D combat.
I built my version of it using past experiences with flight sticks for the WW I airplane miniatures game, Red Baron. It is a bit mind-warping to do combat in three dimensions, rather than the typical two You have been warned! The coagulation solidifies all mist within a radius of 6d6 x 10 feet, beginning at the centre of the affected area and expanding at a rate of 1d8 x 10 feet per round.
Any character caught by the expanding edge of the coagulation must make a Dexterity save DC 12 ; a character who succeeds is moved to the edge of the coagulation, one who fails is stuck. The coagulation blocks planar travel, so a trapped character cannot plane shift out, or even return to the Material Plane when an ethereal jaunt runs out. Ghosts and ethereal creatures usually just wait for the coagulation to dissolve, but characters who need food and water cannot wait so long.
A character can dig through one foot of coagulated ectoplasm in eight hours; it has an AC of 19 and 30 hit points per inch of thickness. Usually, they dissipate normally, but some endure for centuries. These ghost towns attract the discarded, wraiths and other ethereal creatures, and the memory-absorbing qualities of ectoplasm cause the denizens to copy the actions of the inhabitants of the real counterpart of the town.
Travellers encounter copies of long-vanished villages or temples, filled with mindless undead who mimic the appropriate actions of the original. These cenotaphs can be useful shelters for travellers lost in the Deep Ethereal. However, at the heart of every cenotaph is a dread wraith see Core Rulebook III who rules the cenotaph, taking on the role of the local authority figure.
It can feed on the fragments of memory inherent in the cenotaph, but also uses the cenotaph to lure unwary travellers. Locations There are few permanent features amid the rolling ectoplasmic mists. The Eye At the centre of the Deep Ethereal is a huge whirlpool, a shining white portal dozens of miles wide that leads to the Afterworld.
It was created to gather up all the errant ghosts that linger on the Ethereal Plane. Four Colossal Psychopomps named Aadon, Barus, Chal and Escah guard the portal from interference and block living creatures from passing through the whirlpool. Of the four guardians, Barus is the most diligent. Aadon and Escah have both tired of their task; Aadon spends decades at a time sleeping, while Escah has long since abandoned his post and now rules a demiplane inhabited by lizardmen.
Chal is still dutiful, but her heart is easily swayed by a sufficiently sorrowful or heroic need to access the Afterworld Diplomacy check, DC The four psychopomps are not the only danger to travellers heading for the Eye. Vast shoals of ethereal marauders surround the eye, feeding on the discarded that are sucked into the whirlpool.
There is little sustenance in such things, so a traveller will be attacked by dozens of hungry marauders as he approaches the Eye. The tabards allow the wearer to move from the Ethereal to the Material Plane at will, but only if at least four other tabards are making the same journey at the same location and time.
The tabards are made in groups of five, and the knights move between the planes as one. The warren looks like the intestines of some monstrous beast , as it is full of pulsing chambers and spasming orifices. A constant stream of filchers swarm in and out of the warren; entering the warren laden with the spoils of their thievery, they leave empty-handed.
The warren is an almost incomprehensible maze, organised according to the most curious of principles. The filchers scurry in and deposit their stolen items in the appropriate chamber, but the criteria they use are unknown. A character exploring the warren of the filchers could find almost any item imaginable, but the search would be both lengthy and frustrating.
Over ten thousand filchers occupy the warren at any one time. A particularly enterprising thief once thought to raid the warren; she was captured by the large filchers that patrol the corridors, and had everything she possessed filched from her, including the cubic gate she used to reach the Deep Ethereal. Over the following years, she roamed the warrens, stealing already-stolen food. Ghostwatch Ghostwatch Keep is a vast, imposing castle that floats in the Border Ethereal. It was constructed from the decaying fragments of ethereal duplicates of destroyed fortresses, so the architecture of Ghostwatch is a strange mix of styles and materials.
The castle is the home of an order of penitents — paladins mostly, but they take in adventurers and heroes from all classes and races. A group of clerics on the Material Plane known as the Friars of Mistguard keep the castle from dissolving by means of constant prayer and sacrifice. The friars also produce the ghostwatch tabards worn by all the knights.
Currently, Ghostwatch Keep is home to some ninety knights twenty-five paladins, fifteen clerics , thirteen rangers, twelve fighters, four of each of the other classes , ranging in level between three and twenty. Any good-aligned character engaged in a heroic quest may call upon the Knights of Ghostwatch by means of a sending. The current Master of the Knights is a 20th level human paladin, Tobias de Triste, a melancholy man who called the knights to aid him in rescuing his lady love from a dragon.
He won her freedom, but sacrificed his own to do so. Warriors bold, From ether stride, To stand and hold, My embattled side. If a hero fears the failure of his quest, he may call upon the Knights of Ghostwatch. These Knights shall materialise from the Ethereal Plane and fight alongside the character. Denizens The native creatures of the Ethereal Plane are blink dogs, ethereal creepers, ethereal filchers, ethereal marauders and all manner of ghosts.
Save for the warren of the filchers and minor fortifications like Ghostwatch Keep, there are few organisations on the Ethereal Plane, although some travellers have reported encounters with whole civilisations living and dying in the Border Ethereal, walking invisibly and unperceived by creatures passing through the same space on the Material Plane.
The Discarded This spectral entity seems to be the ghost of a dead man. He appears slightly confused by the gaping wound in his chest. The discarded are thrown-off shells of emotion and memory that were imprinted onto the mists of the Ethereal Plane by a violent death. They look just like they did in life, and remember all they once knew, but the discarded lack the intelligence or will to use their former skills. Most of the discarded repeat their everyday actions endlessly until they decay or are destroyed — a discarded harper plays their harp, a discarded soldier constantly patrols non-existent battlements.
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The DM should probably award full XP if the PCs get the monster to flee for the adventure. Around 5th level the PCs get counterspell, which lets them shut this down. There are other . Ethereal stride was a spell used by warlocks who made a star pack to enable them to fade out of the world for a split second. By briefly moving out of phase with the world, the warlock . May 22, · So, not invisible, can't be caught by ghosts or other Ethereal denizens, etcetc.:p You just allow it to control people with telepathy (and similarly you allow for clever approaches .