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  • adj. Outside of a plane (especially that of the ecliptic)


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extra- +‎ planar


  • A New York cop finds a professor hunting extraplanar monsters.

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: Sideshow - Thomas F. Monteleone

  • BOOK SUMMARY: Set in 1879, the tales follow the adventures of The Rider, a Hasidic gunslinger, the last of an order of ancient Jewish mystics capable of extraplanar travel, as he tracks down the renegade teacher who betrayed and murdered his enclave.

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • The meat of the book is a series of alphabetical entries of monsters, from the antlerins, a race of stag-headed evil fey to the extraplanar undead beings known as the zuul-koar.

    REVIEW: Monsters of Myth

  • - invasions of weird extraplanar beings with unfathomably sinister purposes More liveable (but perhaps more annoying) worlds of this type could include the strangely illogical Wonderland of Lewis Carroll (see also the TSR module "The Land Behind the Magic Mirror," et al).

    The Net Wizard's Handbook, Second Edition by Jim Gitzlaff and Staff

  • This spell forces an extraplanar creature back to its proper plane "

    EN World D&D / RPG News


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