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The supplement you probably want is "Planes of Law," which describes the lawfully-aligned planes of the Great Wheel in detail. Mechanus is, naturally, one of the planes it covers. You'll probably not find any treatment of the plane more detailed than this; It was released during the heyday of 2e AD&D's Planescape campaign setting, which expanded the ...


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While the succubus is in the ethereal plane, can you see her? Yes, if you are on the ethereal plane and near enough to see her through all of the mists and such. If you are not on the ethereal plane -- no. The exception to that case is use of a device or spell that allows you to see into the ethereal plane. (True Seeing/See Invisible being two spells ...


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Sadly the rules are, if not silent, very quiet on this issue. In 3.5e this was handled by the Extraplanar subtype that creatures acquired when they traveled between planes and the rule that any creature that was not Extraplanar defaulted to being a native of the material plane. 5e is a brave new world though so we can't just use those rules. Native, or ...



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