|Dungeons & Dragons creature|
In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, the planetouched are mortal creatures whose ancestors were extraplanar creatures such as celestials, fiends, or elementals. Aasimar, tieflings, and genasi are the primary planetouched races. Fey'ri are a type of elf-derived tiefling found in the Forgotten Realms.
Planetouched are considered native outsiders.
Known Planetouched RacesEdit
- Aasimar (humans descended from celestial beings)
- Azerblood (Faerunian Planetouched descended from Shield Dwarves and Azers)
- Axani (descended from lawful beings)
- Cansin (descended from chaotic beings)
- Celadrin (Faerunian Planetouched descended from Elves and Eladrin (usually Firre))
- Chaond (descended from chaotic beings)
- D'hin'ni (Faerunian Planetouched descended from Lightfoot Halflings and D'jinn)
- Fey'ri (elves with fiendish blood)
- Genasi (descended from elementals)
- Glimmerfolk (descended from beings of radiant energy)
- Maeluth (dwarves with devilish blood)
- Mechanatrix (descended from clockwork creatures of Mechanus)
- Mephling (similar to genasi but descended from mephits)
- Para-genasi (dust, ice, magma, ooze, smoke, steam)
- Shadowswyft (descended from creatures from the Plane of Shadow)
- Shyft (descended from one of the native races of the Ethereal Plane)
- Tanarukk (Orcs descended from demons)
- Tiefling (humans descended from fiendish beings)
- Wispling (halflings descended from demons)
- Worghest (Faerunian Plantouched descended from Goblins and Barghests)
- Zenythri (descended from lawful beings)
- Bonny, Ed, Jeff Grubb, Rich Redman, Skip Williams, and Steve Winter. Monster Manual II (Wizards of the Coast, 2002).
- Boyd, Eric L. Legacies of Ancient Empires: Planetouched of Faerun, Dragon #350 (Paizo Publishing), December 2006.
- Cordell, Bruce, Gwendolyn F.M. Kestrel. Planar Handbook (Wizards of the Coast, 2004).
- Marks, Bennet. Creatures of Brilliance, Dragon #321 (Paizo Publishing), 2004.
- Stout, Travis. Children of the Cosmos, Dragon #297 (Paizo Publishing), 2002.
- Williams, Skip, Jonathan Tweet, and Monte Cook. Monster Manual (Wizards of the Coast, 2000).
- Various. Monster Manual III (Wizards of the Coast, 2004).