The Planescape setting is designed to encourage philosophical discussion, but the philosophies of its 15 Factions read like bad philosophy 101 essays. Let’s make the factions more engaging and believable by adding extreme and moderate subfactions.
Want to introduce random(ly miserable) weather for Sigil into your Planescape game? This article provides a chart for DMs to roll random weather, with potentially unfortunate consequences for the PCs. It also explains the origins of Sigil’s unique weather.
The Planescape campaign setting published for DND Second Edition is filled with complex NPCs, fantastic locations, villainous schemes, and the peerless artwork of Tony DiTerlizzi. But how do you find what you’re looking for in an out-of-print setting with 4 box sets and 20+ published adventures? This article will get you started, laying out the basics you need to know and other resources that will help you run the setting.