Ral Zarek Printings/Rarity: Cost: CMC: 4 Card Type: Planeswalker - Ral Starting Loyalty: 4 Oracle Text: : Tap target permanent, then untap another target permanent. So consider making this an aura that affects her friendly allies. Can cause massive thunderstoms with a thought or a slight gesture of his hand), Speed: At least Massively Hypersonic (Comparable in speed to Jace. Unlike the other guilds, the Izzet do not openly strive for hegemony of the city and the pla… Male Dungeons & Dragons, D&D, their respective logos, and all Wizards titles and characters are property of Wizards of the Coast LLC in the U.S.A. and other countries. bastion_42. Cursed Garruk? Hey this list is great, keep it up! She'd probably be dead if it weren't for those pacts. Those of earth or water descent tend to be heavier, while those of air or fire tend to be lighter. What makes them think I can't find them in just one?" Ciszarim is a Hexblade due to his transformation into a sentient chestplate. The afore-mentioned Ral Zarek is one of the highest ranking members of the Izzet and reports directly to Niv-Mizzet. But Jace Beleren solved the maze first, becoming the Living Guildpact and gaining arbitrative power over inter-guild conflicts. Azor I is a Hexblade because he sacrificed his planeswalker spark to the Immortal Sun, which becomes your patron instead. Ral Zarek is a planeswalker native to Ravnica. Read Plane Shift Amonkhet (link in the PDF). This did not stop him, however, from turning on Melek and attempting to solve the maze himself. Jaya Ballard, perhaps? Which means that he has to use his electrokinesis carefully when he doesn't carry an accumulator or stand beneath a storm, otherwise, he can suffer various injuries from the sudden discharge. He can summon and fire cloud-to-ground lightning and has a variety of lightning-based spells that should move at this speed), Durability: Small Country level+ (Shouldn't be much less durable than Jace, and took hits from mazerunners who could harm the mind mage), Stamina: Above Average (Didn't tire himself out depite going through extensive battle with the other mazerunners. As soon as I find it, I'll put it up here. Niv-Mizzet is a Great Old One due to his great age and elder intellect, and is a Hexblade by virtue of the Guildpact. Here are some stat blocks I'm currently working on for Planeswalkers and other NPCs that will appear in my Ravnica campaign. Klingon (5e Race) From D&D Wiki. At least 50's chronologically, late 20's biologically. So we're 6 years into DnD 5e now, and sorcerer is sitting in the unique spot of being the only class with more UA subclasses than actual subclasses. This mechanic is intended to act as the centerpiece of a planeswalker-focused Magic the Gathering based campaign in D&D 5e. She's heavily Warlock. I want Garruk (cursed and non-cursed), Angrath, and Narset, then Koth, Arlinn Kord, Samut, Saheeli Rai, Huatli, Ral Zarek, Kaya, Dovin Baan, Ashiok, Vraska, and Tamiyo. Crix is a female goblin engineer once in the service of the demented magelord Zomaj Hauc. Please enable JavaScript to get the best experience from this site. Sarkhan Vol? Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. A lot of Liliana's power comes from pacts with demons. Jace, Sneak Attacking for crazy amounts of damage? 1 year ago ... Ral Zarek. Gideon could work as that, he solutions to most problems does seem to be "hit harder and more often". From D&D Wiki. I'm still torn about how to handle him. All that's left is Teysa and Tezzeret, the latter of which is gonnnnnnnnna be a challenge. Also don't use Bolas as your BBEG unless your players can handle CR: All of it. EDIT 1: Added Nicol Bolas. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Ral Zarek is a human planeswalker from the plane of Ravnica, allied with the Izzet League. But Jace Beleren solved the maze first, becoming the Living Guildpact and gaining arbitrative power over inter-guild conflicts. Over and over a group of new sorcerer subclasses will be released, and then vanish never to be seen again. An experienced researcher who combines the arts of sceince and magic, and a high ranking member of the Izzet guild.). The only problem is that she is, in fact, human. Can't really be sure on Liliana, from when her necromantic powers first showed up there has been a shadowy figure known as The Raven Man there. As for Jace, maybe. Also added Liliana Vess, who I recently decided to add to my Ravnica campaign. Threw in poisoned wrist blades so he wasn't completely defenseless, but may revise this later. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. level 1. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. Had to have a decent amount of stamina to traverse the massive length of the maze itself), Range: Several hundred meters with his magic, likely several kilometers with stormcalling, Standard Equipment: His Gauntlet, as well as an energy container attached to it, Intelligence: At least Gifted (Was nearly able to solve the mystery of the maze by himself, and is shown to be comparable to Jace in intellect, even gaining the planeswalker's trust despite apparently having ties with Nicol Bolas and Tezzeret. A given genasi might have some features reminiscent of the mortal parent". "Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both"  -- allegedly Benjamin Franklin. Human Ral Zarek is a human planeswalker from the plane of Ravnica, allied with the Izzet League. Everything I have read suggested Planeswalkers could do it pretty much instantly. u/Wolfen_Fenrison. ©2020 D&D Beyond | All Rights Reserved | Powered by Fandom Games. I'd go with human, fallen aasimar, tiefling, or yuan-ti pureblood. The only surefire way to kill a Planeswalker is to have the Sun there to prevent their escape. True, but Genasi often times resemble their parents race as well as having the markings of their element. A place to discuss the latest version of Dungeons and Dragons, the fifth edition, known during the playtest as D&D Next. The feat is not balanced to be within the normal power range of standard PCs in 5th edition. If there will be a fight, part of it will be getting Niv-Mizzet on their side. Yes, it is possible to argue that she should be a warlock (Fiend)/warlock (Undying). The Izzet League are charged with attending to Ravnican civic works, including water supply systems, sewers, heating systems, boilers, and roadways.