Thin Planar Barriers (5e Hazard)

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Thin Planar Barriers[edit]

Whether due to a war with the gods, or powerful magic the area the players are traveling in is affected by 2 or more planes of existence. Examples of effects are spontaneous combustion, appearance and disappearance of planar creatures, and appearing in another plane of existence for a period of time. this can typically cause beast to have disadvantage to hit the players and vise versa. Roll a d10 on the table below to determine which planes will be crossed roll a d6+1 to determine how many planes intersect, however you can decide the planes or how many.

1 Ethereal plane 2 Astral plane 3 Shadowfell 4 Limbo 5 Feywind 6 Elemental Plane 1d4 fire, air, water, earth 7 Material plane 8 Abyss 9 Underworld 10 Other DM´s choice--

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