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Planar Bestiary Excerpts #6: Desolate Realms


The prison plane of Carceri, the desolate watelands of Hades, and the pitch black tunnels of Pandemonium are harsh environments, sparse in native life. But life can be found anywhere, even in the most inhospitable of planes. Taken right from the pages of the Planar Bestiary, these 16 dark horrors stalk their homes in search of prey.

As with all creatures from the Bestiary, these creatures are faithfully updated to preserve their place in the Planes, as well as their iconic abilities, while expertly fitting them into the more streamlined design patterns of 5th edition.

Hordeling, Small (Challenge 1)
Gautiere Scavenger (Challenge 2)
Howling Dragon Wyrmling (Challenge 2)
Gautiere Elder (Challenge 3)
Hordeling, Medium (Challenge 3)
Yeth Hound (Challenge 3)
Howler (Challenge 4)
Farstu Gehreleth (Challenge 5)
Hordeling, Large (Challenge 5)
Murska (Challenge 5)
Hordeling, Huge (Challenge 7)
Young Howling Dragon (Challenge 8)
Kelubar Gehreleth (Challenge 11)
Adult Howling Dragon (Challenge 15)
Shator Gehreleth (Challenge 16)
Ancient Howling Dragon (Challenge 22)

Looking for more than creatures of the desolate lower planes? Check out the Planar Bestiary, which has all that and so much more!

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This title was added to our catalog on March 15, 2018.