« on: February 07, 2019, 06:08:17 AM »
We are playing in Faerun and the elemental plane of cold it's been approved by the DM so no problem on that.
this is what's written on the manual of the planes:
"The Elemental Plane of Cold is a paradise for creatures
immune to its frigid temperatures. The plane is home to
its own elemental creatures, as well as cold-dwelling
beings from the Material Plane. In general, such creatures
tend to be carnivores.
Ice paraelementals, sentient bits of the plane itself,
roam the surface of this plane, along with ice mephits
and cold element versions of Material Plane creatures
(see Chapter 9 for the cold element template).
Material Plane creatures that are resistant or immune
to cold also inhabit this plane. They include frost giants,
frost worms, white dragons, winter wolves, cryohydras,
and arctic monsters such as the remorhaz. A large colony
of frost giants has set up a trading post on this plane and
deals regularly with dao here."
So i'm confused, a white dragon can be native of the elemental plane of cold, in that case it's to be considered an outsider, an extraplanar o simply a "native"?
An extraplanar is simply a creature that is in that partcular moment on a plane that isn't his native while an outsider is a creature that is born on a plane other than the material one.
Planar Self: At 10th level, you are a focus for the energies of your chosen plane. You become an outsider native to your chosen plane and gain damage reduction 10/magic. Whenever you are in a manifest zone of your chosen plane, you gain a +1 bonus to your caster level for all divine spells.
The 10th level of planar shepherd makes me an outsider so i believe every creature of the plane i chose is an outsider or CAN be one right? If a white dragon spend enough time on the elemental plane of cold can acquire the outsider trait so it's type will be both dragon and outsider or i'm completely mistaken?