What lives on the ethereal plane?

What lives on the ethereal plane?

The native creatures of the Ethereal Plane are blink dogs, ethereal creepers, ethereal filchers, ethereal marauders and all manner of ghosts.

What is in the Astral Sea?

First and foremost, the Astral Sea contains the dominions of various gods and goddesses. First and foremost the Plane Above is the realm of incalculably powerful deities who live in planelets called dominions. Some of the dominions are recognizable from previous editions: the Nine Hells, which needs no introduction.

What is the astral plane 5e?

The Astral Plane is the plane of thought, memory, and psychic energy; it is where gods go when they die or are forgotten (or, most likely, both). It is a barren place with only rare bits of solid matter.

Can you put a dead body in a bag of holding?

Hero. Oh, yes. NPC accompanying the party is killed by a bodak’s death gaze (and will rise 24 houors later as a bodak). The party stuffs the body in the bag of holding …

Can a chest fit in a bag of holding?

You can put anything into a Bag of Holding that you can fit through the mouth of the Bag, so long as it isn’t too big to fit in the Bag (64 cubic feet). Only very heavy humans would be reasonably more than two feet ‘wide’ and therefore shouldn’t have any issue fitting through the mouth of a Bag of Holding.

Can a goblin fit in a bag of holding?

Yes, you can do this. As long as the creature is 200# or less and less than 20 cubic feet in volume. I believe it is currently undefined as to the air requirements of a living creature so if you’re going to keep them in the bag for a longer length of time, you’ll need a ruling from your DM.

Do things age in a bag of holding?

Things would still rot in a bag of holding. The bag has a pocket dimension. If destroyed things go to the astral. The bag also refills with air every time you open it.