Let’s Roll: AD&D Planescape

Siskoid welcomes back Jonathan Schaefer-Hames to discuss what stands as both gamers' favorite D&D setting of all time - Planescape! From the City of Doors, your philosophers with clubs travel the wide, magical multiverse in this critical darling of the AD&D 2nd edition era. And in the GameMaster's Advice segment, Siskoid talks about in-universe information services and how they can be deployed to enhance any number of campaigns.

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Here are some images relevant to this episode of Let's Roll:
AD&D 2nd's Planescape setting was designed by David "Zeb" Cook, with interior art by Tony DiTerlizzi and cover art by Robb Ruppel. Speaking of art, here's the gorgeous map of the planes:
A couple of sample factions:
So many products to recommend, but the boxed sets detailing each of the planes are a must:
And we can certainly recommend a lot of adventures too.
Credits: Community's "Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons", starring Jonathan Banks, Alison Brie, Danny Pudi, and Joel McHale; the Dungeons & Dragons cartoon's "Day of the Dungeon Master", starring Don Most and Sidney Miller; and "Mimir's Introduction" from A Player's Primer to the Outlands by TSR.

 All ready? Let's roll!