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Conjuration Tables

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Includes tables with random creatures for:

  • Conjure Animals
  • Conjure Minor Elementals
  • Conjure Elemental
  • Conjure Woodland Beings
  • Conjure Fey
  • Conjure Celestials

Sources used in this document

5E sourcebooks and modules
mm : Monster Manual
vg : Volo's Guide to Monsters
pota: Princes of the Apocalypse
skt : Storm King's Thunder

Dungeon Masters Guild (unofficial content)

bc : Beasts & Companions (B.A. Morrier)
bv1 : The Bestiary vol.1 (B.A Morrier)
bv2 : The Bestiary vol.2 (B.A. Morrier)
le : Lesser Elementals (Outpost Owlbear)
pe: ParaElementals (Edward Turner)

Beasts from The Bestiary vol. 1 & 2 and Beasts & Companions now available in the compilation The Illustrated Bestiary

Rule Answer (Sage Advice July 2015)
by Jeremy E Crawford, lead rules designer 5th edition

"A number of spells in the game let you summon creatures. Conjure animals, conjure celestial, conjure minor elementals, and conjure woodland beings are just a few examples.

[...] The design intent for options like these is that the spellcaster chooses one of them, and then the DM decides what creatures appear that fit the chosen option. For example, if you pick the second option, the DM chooses the two elementals that have a challenge rating of 1 or lower."

Using the tables
The DM can glance at the appropriate tables and choose what creatures show up or roll the dice to get random results.
If using only official 5E sources, use the second dice roll column whenever possible. 

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RYAN D November 25, 2019 2:49 pm UTC
Not sure if you're still updating this but there's an error in the Fey tables. Satyr should be under CR 1/2 rather than CR 2. Thanks for the great resource!
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Alexander R August 07, 2019 8:47 pm UTC
I'm just missing a fiends table. Otherwise it's great

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Victor G April 22, 2019 3:40 pm UTC
When do you roll a d12 vs d20?
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Christopher S April 07, 2017 2:49 am UTC
very cool idea but I don't use unofficial sources.....
are their tables in here without unofficial clutter?
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Ben M April 11, 2017 12:14 am UTC
All tables can be used with or without the unofficial sources. When using only offical sources, use the second column for random results. All tables currently include optional/unofficial sources. Might update the document if enough players ask for an "uncluttered" option.
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